Blaze the highway

I want to blaze the highway,

with your heart that burns so bright.

To fill the sky with fury,

of our love that will ignite.


We rise and rise together,

from the dead and darkest night.

I’ll see your every facet,

with my eyes so full of sight.


Now we live forever,

fly into the blinding light.

Above the clouds and sky now,

and beyond the highest height.


The demons, powers and angels,

though they pull with all their might.

We can’t be separated,

our souls bound by God so tight.


I shall rest with you eternal,

peace amazing, naught of plight.

His example strong and glowing,

purest love and purest white.

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Death is gone

Death won’t come from suicide,

from quiet stream or raging tide.

Twisted metal, deadly snakes,

can’t take the soul that death forsakes.

 

From darkened prayer and darker sleep,

death in my bones it will not seep.

So many years of trial and pain,

yet all my strength renewed again.

 

Death the stranger that I seek,

from year to year and week to week.

My Lord commanded him “away,”

“go take some other soul today.”

 

Death is gone, the Kingdom’s far,

I watch then drift to heavens star.

So fortunate that they can see,

death in your glory – run from me.