Dear Dad

a poem by Sue Williams, USA - poetry writer, author, poet

I went down so free of sin,
to die for souls and them to win.
I did everything of me you asked,
and kept faithful to the task.

Sweat as blood did drop from me,
I wept and cried so sorrowf'lly.
Sins so great they couldn't pay,
I took the crown of thorns they made.

Ten thousand angels in my hands,
at attention, awaiting my command.
I was prepared for the final hour,
that my fate and life they may devour.

I know you turned your eyes from me,
as my spirit fled while on that tree.
A Father's love You have for me,
I knew You couldn't intervene.

I only hope they know my love,
if their hearts would look above,
and see the best they've never had,
I want 'em to meet You, My dear Dad.

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