Dexsta Ray


Purple Ribbons


Admiration for the
Strong...
Though my words could not explain this
So much... lo, you know what?
My undertaking shows
Such...
For the robust are good but...
Purple ribbons touch
Me...
Picture this as a vent from people with a conscience
I am not as content if I don't script the honest
Suffering has got to exist since
He fulfills His
Promise...
But, don't you wobble or quit because this is a blessing
Even when these bodies get sick we
Shouldn't see depression
Think about what God went and did for us to
Be perfected...
Bleeding sacrifice, was His Kid, now talk about affection
Man I'd like to start a convention of
Beneficence to them...
A non profiting business with plenty gifts included
Purple ribbons
Won't limit what we intended doing
Working on rebuilding and fixing up
What the 'villian' ruined
God bless the children who battle with epilepsy
Lupus and the Cystic Fibrosis
Lord...
Help them make it
Crohn's Disease, Fibromyalgia and Cancer patients
Keep the faith in the Alzheimer's unit
Let's kneel and pray for them
I believe that
Now!
Has arrived a healing day for them
If anything...
I know that my God can make a way for them
Every single step when I strive is...
One I take for them
Don't you give up... because I won't

Submitted: Tuesday, April 01, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Topic of this poem: strength


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