Gavin Matthews – Tremble Not


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And to think that a muddled day means more than it can
What folly, for it never seems to rain when the time is ripe
Like Pandora, expecting the best yet finding the worst
The skies know not of your pain

Only little can be compared to the crisp refreshment of serenity
And that little has but one name
The name is written on the face of every happy child
Delighting in the gaiety of inoculated fears

One who stands up to the mountain and trembles not
Can face the ocean that is man's world
Alas, it is but you who can face this sea
And calm the formidable waves

You are one in yourself, do not yet falter
Live life as you alone foresee
Never doubt that you are so serene in the rain
Whilst bathed in a world in flames

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