Roxanne Dubarry

(October 4,1954 / Seattle, Washington)

Autumn's Child


Autumn's Child is as free as the white dove flying in God's eternal heaven above. Her soul is eternally free as it can be.
Jesus Christ, her Redeemer and Lord, paid in full her sin's debt completly. Because of His matchless grace, someday Autumn's Child will behold her savior face to face. She will kneel before His throne as He welcomes her to her new heavenly home. 'Well done my good and faithful servant, ' He will say on that memorable day!

Submitted: Wednesday, March 27, 2013

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There are several versions of my poem, 'Autumn's Child, ' composed by me. This is the lattest version. Since I was born during the Fall season on October 4,1954, I qualify to call meyself, 'Autumn's Child.' My poem briefly describes my spirtual journey and my redeemer's everlasting graceful mercy.

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