Beautiful Soul, Beautiful Poet
I want you to know you made a big difference in my life,
I want to thank you for loving me as you do.
I want to thank you for taking time to know me,
You taught me so much about poetry and love,
Your a true delight and you bless so many people...
If I could grant you one wish....it would be happiness
Because to see your smile is priceless,
The sound of your voice exhilerating,
Your touch amazing...
You are a seeker my darling,
Look with wisdom always wherever you go,
Hold her tightly around your neck,
Among the things you taught me was the test of patience,
Your faith so strong it is overwhelming,
You also taught tested my endurance, my preservation abilities,
You tested my character I pray you judge it with kindness of heart.
You are kind, gentle, understanding, longsuffering,
Patient, peaceful and a good friend.
You are a beautiful soul Poe,
Precious in God's own sight,
Fearfully and wonderfully made...
Knit together in your momma's womb,
One day you will stand before God without spot or blemish...
And He will look at you and say, Well done good and faithful servent! !
God Bless you Poe,
There is only love always,
........................................ ........ cjk Cambridge 2013
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