Kimberly (Strothman) Anderson
Finding Myself - Poem by Kimberly (Strothman) Anderson
It was in reality a burden but, I did it.
I soared to new horizons
Walked on water so to speak
envisioning the beauty within amist the glory
I make note of your graciousness oh Lord.
Crisply pulling me upward.
Thank you for the heights I've soared, the depths I've gone
Can you conceptulize me Lord as your daughter
hugging me, holding me
Omit the guilt and shame, Be gone faulty reasonings
The benefit of you Lord is vast
I look in marvelment astonishing me
I am enclosed in your love
Significantly seeing the expression of your presence in my being
Praise, exaltation, homage belong to you my God
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