Linda Diane Wilkerson

Rookie (10-24-48 / Knoxville, Tennessee)

Hope - Poem by Linda Diane Wilkerson

I see hope with the Sunrise
When the brightness beams the Sky.
I see joy when the day brings Sunshine
When the warm hot sun beams on this face of mine
I see smiles of older men and ladies faces
The men smile and the ladies still wear dresses with laces
I see hope in the young Mother
When their young children will feel safe with no other.
I see hope with the Beautiful Sunset
It is more beautiful then many of Natures
Beauty at best.
Most of all I feel hope today because of you
“I can really depend on no other”
You hold my blessing in your hand
You are my Master, My Savior, and My friend
You are the most wonderful hope for my Life
You are everything I know I can depend
Then, as the rain, thunder, and danger does begin
I have you in my heart
“The Holy One.”
My Savior, My Friend

Oct.30,2005


Comments about Hope by Linda Diane Wilkerson

  • (12/27/2005 10:49:00 AM)


    Linda, first of all. Your middle name and last name are very similar to my maiden name. I was born Diane Wilkinson, and I guess that is what attracted my attention to you and then your poem. Your poem is an excellent expression of hope in our Lord and Savior. You can see that hope expressed in nature as well as in people. Good poem, and don't give up writing. You have a talent. (Report) Reply

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  • (11/7/2005 8:37:00 PM)


    great poem.....thank you for sending me this site will enjoy if I can find time lol (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 7, 2005

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 13, 2006


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