Roxanne Dubarry

Rookie - 152 Points (October 4,1954 / Seattle, Washington)

David's Honor


You're my fortress;
You're my strength.
You're my deliever;
You're my redeemer.

I will never fall, nor
Faulter. You are the
Rock upon which I
Place my stand.

Yes, you will protect,
Preserve, and defend me.
You will deliever me from
My trials and tribulations.

You're so wonderful; so
Grand. My feet need
Never lay in sinking
Sand.

Love in Christ Jesus!
June 30,1985

Submitted: Wednesday, May 08, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

I took words from David's psalms, and composed one of my own.
I frequently took words and phrases from the Bible to help lead, and guide me on my own poetic journey. Maybe you would like to come along?

Wasn't King David really having a very hard time? Maybe you could find the comfort you need in the books of Psalms, and Proverbs.

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