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Enter Through His Door

by Thomas K. Hunt

I find I'm by myself again
With nothing much to do
And I find myself wondering
Searching for the truth
I've been told where I could find it
By some friends I used to know
Just walk right up
And turn his knob
And enter through his door

He's been waiting there inside for you
His arms are open wide
And a love you've never known before
Is waiting there inside
I know that my time has come
I can't hold out anymore
I'll walk right up
And turn his knob
And enter through his door

He came from the house of David
In a land so far away
Thousands of years ago
And it still holds true today
You can have everlasting life
And yes there's so much more
Just walk right up
And turn his knob
And enter through his door

Please enter through
Enter through his door

05/12/1998

Posted on 04/05/2003
Copyright © 2022 Thomas K. Hunt

Member Comments on this Poem
Posted by Traci Mabats on 11/22/03 at 01:59 AM

I like this, it mirrors my philosophy on life.

Posted by Maureen Glaude on 07/11/05 at 06:33 PM

powerful and gentle all at once. This made me think of the picture of Jesus with a lantern, calling at a door, (I gave to my brother-in-law when he was dying and he loved the picture, it's from part of the bible) and though your poem is describing the reverse, us calling at his door, I believe, or God's, and finding safe welcome, it relates on the flip side, works so vividly and positively.

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