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Kenneth Davis

Rookie (September 4,1987-Present / Newport News, VA)

Thank You Lord


Thank You Lord by Kenny Davis

I thank you for my strength
I thank you for my breath
I thank you for my best
Thank you Lord for a weary man’s rest

In all things, I thank you

I thank you for my eyes
I thank you for my sight
I thank you for the light
Thank you Lord for not allowing me to be blind

In all things, I thank you

I thank you for my ears
I thank you for my tears
I thank you for being near
Thank you Lord for the ability to hear

In all things, I thank you

I thank you for my hands
Thank you God, I can stand
Because through you Lord, I can
Thank you Lord for blessing me to become a man

In all things, I thank you

I thank you for my hair
I thank you for the air
I thank you for being there
Thank you Lord for showing how much you care

In all things, I thank you

I thank you for the flowers
I thank you for the passing hours
I thank you for the power
Thank you Lord, with you, I am no longer a coward

In all things, I thank you

I thank you for giving me a song
I thank you for the notes and melodies that made my spirit strong
Thank you for remaining right, while everything else was wrong
Thank you Lord, for the company, when my lonely nights were long

In all things, I thank you

Thank you for this world that is not meant to last
Thanking you in advance for my future, and now for my present, and my past

© January 2013 k.davis

Submitted: Thursday, April 17, 2014

Topic of this poem: thanksgiving


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