It was a purple day
When the Prince had to pay
His life forward for the Queen to stay
Did the Prince die of flu,
Or did his contract become overdue
Well, who can say, we have not a clue
Just like a purple nebular
The world says goodbye to a star
It was probably ‘his time’ by far
While at the grounds of castle,
It’s a matter of birthday planning
And down in the park,
It’s a matter of estate planning
Dressed in flowers so royal purple
Just like the ‘rain’ in Niagra’s ripple
The lady, the first have a smile no dimples
Michael went in June of two double o nine,
Prince in March, when the doc said he was fine
And Liz keeps on going, no stopping on her mind
Did the queen choose the day of the prince?
Did the prince take the place of the queen?
With Michael and Michelle in between!
In the definition of God’s GRACE
We will notice that it’s for every RACE
Whether your the jack or the ACE
In it you’ll find that CE (Christ Endured)
So that we can have life Everlasting
Let’s slow down for a while,
Get out the car and walk the mile.
For some this means erasing that smile,
And just the thought of this could turn them vile.
Do we even cry out enough
Or have this world become so tough,
We often forget we have to show love
Or even that we need strength from up above
Sometimes we go way to fast
But just how long will our strength last
Do we ever learn from our past,
It’s time we stop and break down our gasps
Slow down and rest you must
Slow down you’ve been going too fast
Slow down now won’t you at last
Slow down and learn from the past
Do I possess enough meekness?
What separates my humility from a weakness?
Where do I draw the line,
Or do I just say it is fine?
To be is an instruction from the divine.
Should I allow them to walk,
Do I join them in the talks?
Which makes “free?”
Be I a hawk,
Or a bumble bee?
Do they see Jesus when looking at me?
No one reaches out to touch,
As I pass them by.
When I do pass, do they even see?
Or are they always in a rush,
And later they lie?
Sometimes you’ll be the invisible man
And not a popular among the fans.
Not because it’s Friday, Saturday or even Sunday
But I want to know you everyday
Not for what I’ve done or who I am
But because YOU are the great I AM
It’s because of what you have done,
Let me praise you through the storm
I’m no member of a church,
But let me be a member of YOU
My soul in YOU should merge
Because I know YOUR love is true
Not for what I can do,
But I wish I can love like you do
On my own I am weak,
But you are mighty to save
Let me remain amongst the meek
But fight the good fight and be brave
I know I can count on you,
Because when I’m weak I am strong
And I know I’ll never walk alone
Even in the darkest, YOUR mercies are new
Love comes with no terms – it comes with no conditions
Love comes with no but(s) or maybe(s) – it has no if(s), no formulae.
Love is enduring; love wants to let it be!
Love is timeless, it’s under no watch – love’s not time’s fool
No time can take it away, if it can – you have never loved!
Love is not bound by time – love is unconditional
Not here today and gone tomorrow
Look after it well for your love to grow
Love needs to be nurtured –
Or else it will stagnate – or even hibernate
One morning you might think it too late
Assurance advises to think it not –
Love never gives up; it is an ever-fixed mark
Plan the dates to be nice, even at a price to sacrifice
Do not end the romance – use it until the end
Love acquire and love require
Love acquire trust and love require sacrifice at times even a little compromise
They say compromise is wrong
But for the right reason, compromise can be extremely strong
If I be big and strong, but have no love, I will be alone and wrong
Be it that I have might and fame, but lacks love – I’d be just a sight of shame
If I give to the poor, or give my life – without love it means none
Love is so patient and love is so kind, it is so unselfish and so very fine
It does not boast of what it’d done, it does not want the best spot in the sun
Love is righteous, truthful, bearable, believing, hopeful
Love is humble – Love is to help one that might stumble
We should have faith, we should have hope, but best of all we should have love!