Eloida Capuno


My Prayers


i pray not for myself
i know i have been blessed
i pray not for wealth
but for those who have less
i pray not so much for my health
but more for those who are sick
i pray not that i don't suffer
but that the sufferers be eased

i pray that i may not sin
but that sinners soon repent
and i pray not that my prayers
are heard but that those who
don't, their good wishes be granted

Submitted: Monday, February 20, 2012
Edited: Monday, February 20, 2012

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