Megan Jo Harvett
A Recipe For Goodness For A Lady - Poem by Megan Jo Harvett
The wings of an angel,
a kiss of a goddess,
the tear of a mermaid from the glistering sea.
The mane from a lion for courage,
a bonefrom a giant for strength,
the brain from Einstein for wisdom,
a big smile from a clown.
Hill berry dumb the goodness for a lady hun.
The honesty of God,
the hands of a helper,
the kindness of a child,
the understanding of a youth pastor,
the tongue of truth,
the feet of a follower for many after.
The table manners of a Queen,
the legs of a dancer filled with laughter.
This is the recipe for goodness that will never alter
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