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A Jubilant World
 

Until, O Lord, you bid me joy
Allow one world we all can enjoy,
Love to savor and love to share
with those who have woe alone to bear,
Happiness covering each sorrowful face
In this one thing I but blame your grace,
None but me alone shall feel this rancor
and pin the blame on thee with anger.



By Abdul_Malik

© 2019 Abdul_Malik (All rights reserved)

 

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