Wendell A. Brown

Rookie - 10 Points (22 May 1952 / Darby Pa (Greater Philadephia Area))

A Blossoming Spirit

There is a spirit which ultimately blossoms daily
Very deep down inside of me so wholesomely
Its lasting wonderful power I find truly refreshes
As it fills my heart with Your limitless energy

It awakens my mind with a tender soft embrace
Filling me with a soft natural high so heavenly
Allowing me to view The beauty of the morning sun
As I awaken each day with the greatest of needs

And I find myself alone humbly asking You Lord
That each day In my heart I would be allowed to share
Your love to so many others who might come seeking
Your spiritual beauty that in my life always appears

For we who love You so deeply in our hearts
Have a flaming desire within which will never die
Knowing what we share will blossom in another
Making their heart and spirits to become so alive

Submitted: Sunday, September 22, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 23, 2013

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One can never take life for granted that when the new day comes we might still be breathing, and when we find we are, we should always thank God for His mercy and grace and we should share the love He places within us with others!

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