Treasure Island

Juan Duarte


A thank you poem to God


My loving god i hope to touch your heart with the words you have given me,
My loving god i want to thank you for taking all of shameful sins in the wodden cross,
My loving god i want to thank you for being brave and taking all the pain you received that dark day,
My loving god i want to thank you for saving me from the burning flames
My loving god i want to thank you for protecting me every single minute, hour, day, week, month, and year,
My loving god thank you for giving me the opportunity to open my eyes every single day,
Than you god for having a plate of food every day,
My loving god thank you for giving me a wonderful, strong, brave mother,
My loving god thank you for sorrows into joyful hours,
My loving god i can't see you but i believe in you,
My loving god thank you for this wonderful country(U.S.A)
thank you for holding it in your loving arms,
My dear god i can continue to thank you all night long but i need more strenght to continue on,
My loving god have i touched you heart yet or should i continue to thank you till i die?

Submitted: Saturday, April 05, 2008

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  • Juan Duarte (4/5/2008 3:02:00 AM)

    i wrote this poem because i wanted to thank god for everything he has done for me. (Report) Reply

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