Bill Simmons


Statue Of A Woman


As I look at the statue of a woman
I amaze at this wonderful thing I see
I wonder how God could have created
Such a beautiful creature as she

He took the time to define every line
Every line is a true work of art
Before he was through he gave her too
The worlds biggest heart

It amazes me this creature I see
That walks beside us in life
God must have loved so very much
To allow such a thing in our lives

And the statue right here a momento one shared
A creation, a true work of art
I hope that we know what's been given us
Makes no difference who we are

It amazes me as they walk beside me
Living and breathing angels I see
Such a wonderous thing created of love
It wouldn't suprise me at all if they had wings.

Submitted: Sunday, December 12, 2004

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