Apollo Chandler

(April 26 / Camden, N.J.)

A Prayer (Pt.3) the Helper


Dear Heavenly Father,

today I would like to thank you

for letting me help another.

The joy I have brought to this person

introduced my heart to a feeling so warm,

I cant help but to be blissful.

Its as thoughmy words to others

is a spirit streghthening charm.

I can only hope that this

gift may continue

So that those who are starved

may devoure what they need

on my poetic menu.

But now, on on a more personal note

I pray that I can overcome

what I need along with more than I can

For with this ability I know that I will

be the best man that I AM.

Submitted: Wednesday, August 08, 2012
Edited: Friday, August 10, 2012

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