Kimberly (Strothman) Anderson

(May,26th,1969 / Concord California)

You are a gift from God


I want to share it from the roof tops down to the valley. I care.
I care about the sun, the moon, the stars

But more over I care about you. I don't know how to express the deepest felt feelings but, you are wonderful. You are a gift from God. Misunderstood, mistaken and abused at times. You are a gift from God. I appreciate your smile, your laugh, your advice but, most of all your honesty. You are a gift from God.

Your brilliance is amazing. your intelligence superior. You are a gift from God. God made you into someone who is healthy whole and healing.Thanks for sharing that strength with me. You are a gift from God.

This poem is incomplete but, the bottom line is: You are a gift from God.

Submitted: Thursday, July 30, 2009

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