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MY FATHER’S SMILE (Song Lyrics)

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I see Your face in the morning
And seeing me, brings forth a smile
Such a beautiful smile of love
Whispering, come let’s sit awhile

And Your smile reflects onto me
Captures love in those twinkling eyes
Shines stillness on this trembling heart
Pours light over dark, hollow lies

Chorus
O Your smile brings love
Your smile brings joy
Your smile brings so much peace
Your smile delights
Each breath that I take
Each heartbeat I release, release
Each heartbeat I release

And as I draw close to Your side
Your presence radiates through me
I’m no longer frightened, afraid
You washed my eyes so I could see

The softness of love’s countenance
The enveloping arms of love
O Father, I’m lost in Your heart
Forever my heart lives above

Chorus
O Your smile brings love
Your smile brings joy
Your smile brings so much peace
Your smile delights
Each breath that I take
Each heartbeat I release, release
Each heartbeat I release

This was inspired by the most beautiful smile my soon to be 95 year old father gave me the other morning, when we saw each other for the first time that day.

© 2019 Liana Wendy Howarth

 

Author:

Personalized poems now available … See link at top of page. Author of inspirational and children's poetry, Christian song lyrics, e-book "Fragrance from the Spring", "Sunrays and Lily Smiles and my latest release "When A Child Sings" (Aug 2016) www.poetrycottage.wordpress.com.

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