My Only Wish For New Years - Poem by Mary Nagy
I'm not wishing for diamonds
or my own money tree.
I'm not a fan of fancy things.
Those things...they just aren't me.
I wish to know my purpose
in this ever changing place.
I want to find my reason
for taking up this space.
To know I've done some soothing
to any aching heart.
To know I've made a difference...
that's how this year should start.
I wonder what I'm here for
and if I'm carrying my load.
What did God intend for me?
Am I on His chosen road?
My only wish on New Years
is to know I'm doing right.
I'll pray for this at bedtime
each and every night.
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