Manohar Bhatia

Rookie (12 - 01 - 1945 / Mumbai)

{Palm Of Blessings ____ Sonnet}


{F.O.R.M Poem __ English Sonnet}
{Palm Of Blessings}

{ I saw your blessings flow
from the palm of your hand
palm that is touched slow,
brought back life to dead man.
You are full of benedictions in light,
Through the palm of your hand,
That restores blind man’s sight
Who was walking aimlessly on sand.
You are my Lord with spiritual power,
Working with palm of your hand,
Men come up to your tower,
with leprosy, you cure his band.

You were born for long a gaze,
turning dry valley into fruits, & maize.}
Hail Thee Jesus!

__ The End ___
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Submitted: Saturday, November 02, 2013
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Land Of Israel inspires me to write this poem.Since I had read so many stories about Jesus' miracles, his life as the son of God, his associaitions with the people, I wrote this poem.

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