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Without regret, I'll say farewell
to earthly pleasures spent.
My off-spring, doubting not my love
will know exactly where I went.

No debts lie unforgiven
from my years and all I've done;
Iím anticipating forever
in company of the Son.

Not inferring I am perfect,
God and I know that's untrue.
I may have caused some sorrow
by what I did or didn't do.

But I've done my very utmost
(that is an 'absolute'),
trusting my life to testify,
for my Lord will weigh the fruit.

If I was granted just this day
to use as I saw fit
I should spend that time sowing more seed
so my Lord could gather it.

* this is an older poem
which has just undergone a complete over-haul

By cherryk

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