Treasure Island

Ishmael Andrews


My Proverbs 31


Dear god its me again…i come before you as a servant on call, see i come today before your grace as a reminder of a prayer i made…remember my proverbs 31? ? ? ....yea that’s her…well u told me to go and prepare myself and when i am spiritually and financially stable i should come back to you coz u don’t want your daughter to lack

I know at times she is going to be that annoying person i adore.
She will at times say corny “ish” but it will make me laugh
She will at times say stupid stuff but i know that she has wisdom beyond measure
At times she will worry but i will be there to assure her that with god on our side she need not be troubled for our help is just a few reflex’s away
She will tell me how she feels at all times, i want her to know that she is my one but god is our everything.

Submitted: Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, December 11, 2013

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This poem came after i read Proverbs 31 and i knew thats the kind of woman i want but i have to be the king of man that is suited for a Proverbs 31

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