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Poem By Lisa-Maria Koschat

When I am struggling with myself
the Beloved says: “Stay.”

When I am trembling with fear
I could lose my Beloved,
He just says: “Stay.”

When I feel like the Earth is taken away
under my feet,
He says: “Stay.”

When windy weather is painting the sky
with black color,
He just says: “Stay.”

When my body feels like he is dissolving
like salt in the ocean,
He smiles at me and says: “Stay.”

When I feel like a volcano,
just about to burst of emotions,
He says: “Stay.”

When I am burning out of longing for Him,
He smiles dearly and says:
“Stay,
and I will come and take you home”.

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