Jacqueline Webb

Rookie (11/02/1984 / Massachusetts)

Gentle Faith


The soft embrace of a summer’s breeze
Is calm and gentle like the hand of God
That hugs and comforts I
With love and tenderness
A Father that I yearn to know
A Brother who I yearn to believe
And faith that I hold onto with my life
Because without faith
I have nothing
Without faith I have no love
Without faith I have no soul
Without faith I have no one
With faith I have all that God has given me
With faith I have all the blessings that I deserve
With faith I will have all I need
Because with faith, God hears me

(1-12-10)

Submitted: Thursday, January 14, 2010

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  • Rookie Wayne Bowen (1/14/2010 12:02:00 PM)

    Without faith there is nothing..Thank you for your poem and may it give others faith in their lives no matter what the circumstance. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 324 Points Joe Rosochacki (1/14/2010 9:59:00 AM)

    Very True indeed. People should read this poem (I prefer to call the Observations) and the one by one this world could be a better place. (Report) Reply

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