Michael P. McParland

Gold Star - 82,511 Points (July 19 1983)

A Prayer For Tonight 2 - Poem by Michael P. McParland

God once again I come before you
to ask of these blessings for my love
and for me as well.
Her happiness and safety matter to
me most of all and that is my concern.

Please be with her and give her peace of heart,
peace of mind, peace of soul,
please help her to know she's truly loved
and will never be alone.
Help her to always know that I am here.

Dear God please always protect her in every way,
keep her safe from harm physically, mentally,
and most highly emotionally too.
I can't stand to see her in pain,
it breaks my heart to know she hurts
please put those pains on me.

Dear God please help her to know and always feel
that I am by her side all the time in every way.
Help her to feel my hand in hers and in my arms
tightly wrapped around pulling her close in.
Dear God please help her to know the immensity
of my undying everlasting love,
help her to know I'm never leaving and I'm commited to her.

Dear God help her to know that I've commited
to only her within my immortal soul,
that I'll never look for or have another it is only her.
Please help her to know I'm hers alone and
that's the way I want it because she's a blessing
and an Angel in my life from you.

Dear God please just help heal her of all her pains,
let me carry them if anyone must do it and needs be.
Make it so she's the happiest woman on this earth,
to see her smile and joyusly laughing is the greatest gift.

Dear God again please help her to know of both our love
and feel our loving strength,
help her that she'll know the truth I hold and
please help bring her back to me.
I love her deeply and she is the one whose hand I wish to have,
I want to spend eternity with my beautiful gorgeous Angel Queen.

Amen.

Topic(s) of this poem: prayer


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Kira please know I truly love and care about you to no end. I want to spend eternity by your side. Please come back soon. ILYF

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 9, 2015

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 26, 2016


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