Josette Lager

(10-31-49 / Breese Illinois)

Angel Of Mercy


Pure of heart, best describes
my friend Carol the kindest
person I know.


Carol is like a stream that
forever flows into the hearts,
and minds, and lives of others.

There's Moms, Dads, sisters,
brothers, and all others who
have been touched by her love
my friend Carol this gentle dove.

She visits the sick, the lonely,
the bereaved, she's like a wellspring
of living waters for those who don't
beleive.

These are the things Our Lord
taught us to do in the guise of
an angel of mercy. Carol walks
the extra mile for me and you.
with a hug, a kiss, a smile, my
friend, the one with the heart
of a child.

Josette Marie Louise Lager
Copyright@2005

Submitted: Sunday, November 20, 2005

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  • David Zvekic (11/20/2005 9:51:00 PM)

    Did your Lord really teach you this? A lot of people claim the Lord taught them contradictory things. Perhaps he can't decide. (Report) Reply

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