Loyd C. Taylor, Sr.
No Adequate Words - Poem by Loyd C. Taylor, Sr.
No Adequate Words
I would like to borrow a little of your time
To acknowledge a servant true;
Though no words can adequately describe him,
I’ve settled on just a select few.
He is Constant… which means unchanging,
Invariable, stable, absolute!
He is someone who is steadfast and loyal;
In heart and soul, resolute.
He is Considerate… which means kindness,
His life replete with golden deeds.
He delights in meeting the needs of many
With selfless generosity.
He is Compassionate… which means caring
For the trials faced by others,
One who helps to bear their burdens,
Who uplifts fallen sisters and brothers.
He is a Christian… which means giving
Our heart and life to the Lord;
To daily work out ones own salvation,
To honor and obey His word.
No adequate words may ever be found
To describe this servant of Christ -
But may they offer deserved recognition
For the way he’s lived out his life.
A Tribute to Sid Jones
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