When I’m With You


When I’m with You, I know only joy.
Your love so fills me that it
washes away sorrow, guilt, and fear;
my bruised soul is healed and made light.

When I’m with You, I know only joy.
My eyes can see the splendor of your creations;
my ears can hear the music of the floresta;
all of my senses are on fire.

When I am with You, I know only joy.
My heart fills with love;
my soul soars with wings of ecstasy;
I merge with all–we are One!
I know only joy, when I am with You!

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In this poetry form, called, anaphora, one repeats a word or words at the beginning or two or more successive verses, clauses, or sentences. When it echos at the end, the form is called, epistrophe.

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