Once In A Lifetime - Poem by Timothy Branch
One time If given the chance, incredulous would be their uncontrollable and jovial dance.
Never did I fathom having the chance to give into one's life a chance to fulfill a lifelong dream.
To see the adulation in the heart of the beneficiary of your gracious gift sends feelings of goodness like God's fanning hand sends ripples into waves that tickle the seashores.
Like the seashore stands ready to receive more affectionate and titilating waves, more ready stand to provide a once in a lifetime moment.
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