To See Ye, Again
Poetry By Gerard Haughey

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To See Ye, Again
Poetry By Gerard Haughey

follower of Ye
  forever 'be
  thy tender heart
  i miss terribly
 
  remember Ye
  the plates, we eat
  when i knew not of this defeat
  when Ye knew of me
  before her womb
  when I said to Ye
  why doth thou love me so much?
  to weep?
  and Ye only held me tighter
  and I looked up at Ye
  and Ye smiled at me
  and I said to Ye
 
'look after me'
 
holding hands with Ye
  tis true, My Lord, tis worthy of Thy weeping- Truly i am ashamed of me
  Truly i am Saved by Ye
  And Forgiven by Ye
  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  We both died by the world
  And Ye knew this of me
  And Ye loved this of me
  And I with Ye, Forever to be-
  And Ye Resurrected me
  Even, of Thee- Thy giveth this, to me mercifully
  To See and glorify,
  Ye.
  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
my Lord,
  i have grown into me
  and i know me
  and I know Ye
 
  beseeching heart,
that Thy did Rise
  from death and baptism
  and circumcision, thereafter
 
  tis me, My Lord
  Thy little lamb
  Ye know who i am
  now the sheep,
a-lost and tossed by the devil's hand
  thrown about, crying out
  in tumbler of lie and deceit
  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  Oh Ye, oh Ye
  Gray of strand, I be
  Thou doth remembereth mine little hand
  Of fear to leave, mine Life to man
  Thou plucketh me not from Thine Olive Hand
  Which held on still in Thy just fire
  And pull me out from mine edge of desire
   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  Oh Grateful, am I
  In constant cry
  Of mine Loving Father
  ~Mine Love of Mine Life~
 
Oh Glory, Oh Glory
  Mine Christ
  Mine Christ
  Thou Love is so Tender
  Mine heart is Thy wife
  Oh Glory, Oh Glory
  Jesus mine Christ
  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  dear Lord, my face, in shame
  naught a glance of mine eyes shall see Ye
  but if Thy Love as then, remain
  and should ever Grace our hearts again
  as embraced in love, of Thy child, me-
 
  then, Lord I shall See-
Ye, again.