Dr. Lalita Smith
Dr. Lalita Smith Poems
|1.||Born For Adversity (Part I)||2/16/2011|
|4.||Catch A Glimpse Of Heaven||2/16/2011|
|5.||Don'T Jump In||2/17/2011|
|6.||Two Lovers Linger||2/17/2011|
|8.||Being In My Place||11/13/2011|
|10.||On Higher Realms||11/13/2011|
|11.||You Should Go For It!||11/13/2011|
|12.||Can You See Him?||11/13/2011|
|14.||The Lessons Love Demands||11/13/2011|
|16.||Is Eternal Life Real?||11/13/2011|
|17.||Black, Bold & Beautiful||11/13/2011|
|18.||Those Ungrateful Teenagers: An Elder's Viewpoint||2/16/2011|
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Those Ungrateful Teenagers: An Elder's Viewpoint
Those ungrateful teenagers ~got a lot to learn 'bout life!
Hard work is something too good for 'em.
While I was young, we worked from sunrise to sunset;
Wasn't hardly no idle time in between.
Momma and Daddy labored in tobacco and cotton fields -
backs bent; sweat dripping from their brow, beneath a scorching sun -
hardly a pail of cool water to dip from...
Those ungrateful teenagers ~ don't know the value of a day's work.
Ain't got no idea 'bout how to make or save a dollar,
but spend one, now that's another story!
I'de love for just one of 'em to ...
</> Had I lived a spotless life Lord,
I believe I would not know the unfathomable love, mercy, and
grace I am privileged to dwell in now. Neither would I appreciate
the pure white linen robe You have draped over my scarlet iniquities.
Had I lived a pure life Lord,
I believe I would not comprehend the limitless extension of Your
amazing grace. Neither would my face radiate the splendor of Your