Patricia Kelley

Rookie - 36 Points (March 11 1957 / Oklahoma)

Her Comforter - Poem by Patricia Kelley

She cried out deep in her sleep.
Her broken spirit began to weep.
Unconscious of the world around her,
She felt her time running out.
Afraid of her life taking a new route,
She shakily awoke.
Unsure of her future,
She fell to her knees' and cried out to God.
Hurting from life's past hurts.
She gave all her hurts and pain to God.
In that split second of an hour,
He found her traveling through celestial time.
It was by Divine Power.
Angels gathered her tears and wiped her misty eyes.
Her cry reached Heavenly powers.
He stood there looking at his beautiful sunny flower.
Picked, and pulled, and stomped on by the earth.
He took her in His loving wings.
Restoring,
Pouring,
His love, all around her,
Placing His Shadow upon her dark ceiling,
Truth revealing,
He was her one True God.
She felt His love electrifying.
Satisfying,
Above, all the earth,
He had His eyes upon her since birth.
He was the mortar that kept her together.

He was the stitch that sewed the seams together.

She knew at that moment that He was the one
and only true God.
He was her comforter.
He was the Holy Spirit sent by God Almighty


The Spirit of Jesus Christ her promise from God that He would never leave her, or forsake her...

Hebrews 13: 5
'Never will I leave you:
never will I forsake you'

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 6, 2013



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