Debt To A Once Stranger (Dale Ivy) While Traveling - Poem by Bill Grace
Mindless, the trip's early morning departure.
The critical gear of cell phone left behind
No where as serious as the Gatling guns Custer left behind
God's opportunity to further learn
From the great lessons of grace that await.
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