Weave Of Light
by: Jason Appleton
Sitting in his booth he feels the pain of the confession,
finishing up with a prayer and a lesson.
If it weren't for the lord this man would be dead,
struggling in poverty, he learned to be lead.
Walking now through the town of his peers,
he noticed a boy who he held very dear.
Alone in the street, he needed a hand,
and out came the palm of the black dressed man.
Over nurturing wisdom and a warm meal,
the man confesses his own sins to the boy as he healed.
"Although I see the world in such pain,
I am only one man, and can't reach them all the same."
Crying years later he sees that boy, now a man,
"Go for the light Father, for I will now take your stand"