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Denise Girod


Saying Thank You


How often do you say Thank You every day?
Do you find it awkward to express yourself that way?
Do you know what a kind thank you to someone would mean,
or is it a thank you from you is definitly unseen
A thank you could be the difference between life or death
to someone who never heard thankfullness expressed
Please be sure to thank someone who has said a kind word to you
or to the person whos kindness has gotten you through
Say thank you to a loved one in your life
the rewards for you will be exceptionally rife
Remember to thank the Lord above
for giving us His unconditional love
I say thank you to you who ever you may be
Just because you took the time to share this poem with me

Submitted: Tuesday, May 02, 2006

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