Treasure Island

GinNie Tanner Smith

(1948 / Seymor, Indiana)

Saints Are Human


Saints are Human
Gin-Nie Tanner Smith
copy right 2012

Even those saints who know the power of His love,
And know the joy and peace from the heights above;
Need to be known, and reached from another soul's touch,
Thus sustained on this earth from loneliness' smothering crush;
Yes, those saints are mere human and need to feel mortal hug,
Open up, be His hands and arms to share that power of love.

Love ya, hug ya; Gin-Nie

Submitted: Saturday, March 02, 2013

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