Luis Estable


Once Sad, Now No More


I knew a little girl,
Sad songs she sang all day.
That she be glad I prayed,
And it became a truth.

No more sad songs from her;
No longer sad she feels.
Now she is ever glad
To be on earth alive

Submitted: Friday, January 06, 2012

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