Treasure Island

Eldon M Thomas

(03-21-1980 / Georgetown, Guyana)

Twenty-Eight-Years


TWENTY-EIGHT YEARS

Lord Jesus I thank you for allowing me to see twenty-eight years
Twenty-eight years of mercy and not of fear

Twenty-eight years of divine grace
Thank you for allowing me to seek your face

Thank you for allowing me to taste
To touch
To feel to enjoy

Thank you for life itself
Thank you for supernatural health
Thank you for provision from your eternal wealth

Thank you for your gifts
That you would see fit
To cleanse my lips with your finger tips

Thank you for being the captain of my ship
Thank you for leading me and guiding me along the way
Thank you for rainy and sunny days

Thank you for leading me through troubled waters
Thank you that you have blessed me to one day marry one of your daughters

Thank you for constantly freeing me form the power of sin
Thank you for being my King
Thank you Lord for dwelling within

Thank you for dying on the cross
Thank you for carrying my burdens that you did bear

Thank you for drying up my tears
And for being there for me even in my nightmares

Thank you for wonderful dreams
Thank you for delivering me from dangers seen and unseen

Thank you for divine healing
Thank you for being the only person in this universe that understands and knows how I’m feeling

I thank you again for life
And for showing me my wife

Thank you for allowing me to properly breathe
Thank you for supplying all my needs
From your riches in glory by Christ Jesus indeed
And for showing me how to sow good seeds

Thank you for your spirit
I am no longer timid
I am now bold
Thank you Lord for allowing me to live to be twenty-eight years old




© Copyright 2008 Eldon M Thomas
An excerpt from My Rhyme Journal
For copies of my books
Hit me up at eldincalibur2002@yahoo.com
or reach me at 973-735-4496
or go to www.authorhouse.com
type in my name (eldon m thomas)
and my full length first book will pop up
and on www.ebay.com my chapbooks are listed
just type in my name (eldon m Thomas)
also blackplanet.com/elkal321 has a lot of poems
Peace and Hair Grease
Eldin Cal


© Copyright 2008 Eldon M Thomas

Eldon M Thomas (1980-) attended and graduated from Orange High School in Orange, New Jersey, joined the United States Marine Corps on July 6th 1998, served for four years, and got an Honorable Discharge from Headquarters Battalion, First Marine Division on July 5th 2002. Eldon is a writer and the author of The Eldincal Chronicles Book 1 (published by Authorhouse and available at www.authorhouse.com) and has written five chapbooks titled The Eldincal Rhyme Journals all of which are available on www.ebay.com (just type in Eldon M Thomas) . You can catch Eldon at www.myspace.com/eldincal380.

Submitted: Saturday, March 07, 2009

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