Michelle - Poem by Saint Eule
Whose smile can light up a room,
and adversity consume.
Whose curly locks at birth crest upon her shoulders,
and has a prayer of faith to move mighty boulders.
Whose love can melt any heart and settle any fear,
planting seeds of joy throughout the year.
Whose eyes can see the goodness in everyone,
and who ears can discern the wisdom of the Son.
She was a tomboy and unnoticed in her youth,
Always climbing trees dirty jeans were the proof.
Now she is a woman a mother and a wife.
Her beauty inner and outer noticed in this life.
I could go on forever of her virtues proudly tell.
but anyone who knows her, are thankfull for Michelle.
My little sister and girl.
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