Shaila Touchton

Miracle Walk With Special Angel Of My Son! - Poem by Shaila Touchton

There were days and nights
When I wondered and cried for my sons healing
In such a storm of darkness you came my way
Your eyes were filled with the glory of God
Your words were so gentle and giving me hope
Gods grace was shining upon your face

Each time when my son stumbled
You reached out for him and lifted him up in your arms
Giving him hope and strength through your miracle touch
Dr. Krishnan. You indeed were an angel for my son!
You watched over my son’s health
You served my son day and night
When the whole world was in deep sleep
And thank God for you for your grateful heart.

You’ve touched my son’s life in a special way
You’ve touched our hearts with your kindness
And compassion in a special way
When storms were raged in my life!
Angels are among us and to me
You are One of Them
You are my sons Special Angel
So wonderful and rare

I thank my God every time I remember you.
Words cannot express how grateful I am
For treating my son and healing him
And for restoring his health back to normal
And for saving his precious life
Thank you for your miracle touch from God
Thank you for your angelic team.

In my prayer for you I pray
That God bless you and use you in all of His ways
May God's fragrant blessings be upon you everyday
In every way, now, tomorrow and always
Doctor, you are gift from God, a valuable treasure
I Hope you know, How much, you’re appreciated!
Thanks So Much for all you did for my son and for my family!
Dr V Krishnan, You are always remembered and never forgotten
Wherever we are and wherever we go!

Topic(s) of this poem: doctor

Form: Pantoum

Comments about Miracle Walk With Special Angel Of My Son! by Shaila Touchton

  • Kelly Kurt (3/31/2015 3:54:00 PM)

    A wonderful tribute. I too experienced such a blessing with my son. Thank you for sharing.
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 31, 2015

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