My Life's Work - Poem by margaret haig
My life's work will now be,
To go care for those who are unhappy;
To comfort those, who are injured or ill,
To be the lay preacher, but obey God still.
My life's work will include, writing too,
But! The poetry will be comfort for you;
If you have been abused, or in trauma as well,
Maybe you're just needing a rest for a spell.
My life's work, will include funerals too,
Also to marry people, I may be there for you;
All I want is to do what God wants me to do,
Spreading the message to all, God loves you.
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