Monette Paul

(Sierra Vista, Arizona)

Little Brown Crowder Peas - Poem by Monette Paul

Thank the Lord for crowder peas
Had a place to plant some seeds
A long my way
To work on the street
The Lord had them waiting
Just for me He said when you ask
To believe
Have the faith,
You shall receive
He always sees about
our needs
When he gave me those
Brown crowder peas So I planted those little crowder peas
Made a crop
For everyone to see
The Lord Jesus gave
them to me
Those little brown crowder peas


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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