cheryl davis miller
Molly's Grace - Poem by cheryl davis miller
Molly you inspire me,
so I've picked up my pen,
To say you've handled 'Grace' fully,
the circumstance you're in.
I'm sure you've had your moments,
when it was difficult to smile,
Yet smile's exactly what you've done,
with dignity and style.
You have set a good example,
for all of us to look up to,
Of courage, faith, and 'Grace' fullness,
that's what we see in you.
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