Herbert H. Smith

(Whitesburg, Kentucky)

Gabriels' Horn - Poem by Herbert H. Smith

If Gabriel were to come to earth today
Prepared to blow his final horn
Would you be as prepared to meet him now
As you were the day you were born

Or would you ask him to wait a little longer
Because you will need a little time
Because you have hid 30 pieces of silver
And they could be a little hard to find

I wonder if he would be as forgiving
As the man who went into the garden to pray
Or would he tell you to get yourself ready
Because he was going to blow it that day


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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