Autumn' s Child #3
Autumn's Child is blessed with grace.
She will behold Jesus Christ, her Lord
and Savior face-to-face.
She posses the Holy Spirit's
own white dove love.
She sings to her beloved sweet psalms of
worship, praise and love; honoring
her Savior, Lord, and King!
His daughter's being born again;
her eternal journey will never
come to an end.
She will humbly kneel before His
heavenly throne: as Hew welcomes her
into her eternal home.
'Well done, my good and faithful servant, '
He will say on that memorable day.
revised: July 16,2013
Love in Christ Jesus!
Roxanne Lea Dubarry
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Poet's Notes about The Poem
A: Because I am constantly revising my poetry.
Q: Why do I take poetry composites from various poems
throughout the years?
A: In order to write at least another poem using the more
compatible verses. Frequently, these poems are retitled.
But in the case of Autumn's Child, 's revisions; they are only given
And finally: what inspired me to write these poems in the third
person singular, when I was subject?
For more freedom of expressin! Women or girls, who read this
poem can easily replaced (words such as daughter for their own.)
Men or boys can replace the word daughter with son, and the personal
pronoun of he for she.
I wrote this as a love psalm to my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
The book of Psalms has been instrumental in being sources
of inspiration for several of my poems.
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