Nora Belle Bynum

(New York, New York)

Morning Prayer - Poem by Nora Belle Bynum

Each morning...I awaken
Asking the Father to give me "strength."
To make it through another day,
To help me do all the things
I am required to do; then more,
For life is golden!
Not one moment should be lost to evil deeds.
Time just flies...when
You are being most productive
in meeting your needs;
the needs of others, and
clearing up the garbage in the
Physical Universe


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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