Author Jacqueline Amos
Among the travels in my life,
I set before
Thou footprints beneath the sea,
One set forth, footprints thou seek,
Darkness beneath the sea,
walk, the hardest times in my life,
I shed a tear for pain, thou shall never forget,
Beneath thy footprint, I give
love to thee.
The challenges of the wars, the darkness of man.
The father that is not there.
The legends of a un wanted love.
The tears upon my chest.
The strength that man said is love.
Caged in a tunnel where identity dose not live.
The un wanted soul, thou turn thee other cheek,
Thou have set before the belly
of the beast,
Thou conscience of love, that it seeded.
I footprints beneath the sea,
Oh thou don’t cry for
Here the screams of the torture within my soul.
Here the battle that I fight within.
Here the liberation that I shall not go under.
The proclamation of a man.
Who am I that live upon the earth.
My family tree is in reverse.
I thy life labor of my family curse.
Let not life burden your heart,
Fall upon the sanctuary, give God grace,
Who art in God’s name. Be confessions,
Of heaven for thy will be
Without God’s way.
The earthly son, thy family tree
Acknowledges the secrets of there own demised.
The foundation of a King.
The strengths of lions that lives within thee.
In the doctrinarians of a universe,
The jewels that thy God give.
The mother the father,
Dose anyone give a dam.
I nobody son, who lives upon the earth.
Listen to the screams of my soul,
The scars which lye upon my heart.
The indoctrination of a womb that refuses
To bless the jewels of thy God.
I the son of thy God.
Give me serenity to embrace,
The spirit, and thou wisdom, to know the difference,
thou may he live long upon thou land.
Although one might not see, the golden sands,
the footprints beneath the sea. grief has set thou own place, never shall I loose, God’s grace.
may feel the rapture of thou earth,