Ora Et Labora Poem by Sylvia Frances Chan

Ora Et Labora

I greet you fresh Monday
while patient Tuesday is waiting for her turn
Middle Wednesday has no haste too
Thursday let hear his thunder sound
Almost everyone hastens for the Friday
when Saturday comes we call it the weekend
and God's Day is Sunday,
that is one Day after the week ends...
means rest at home easefully
free from any work
free from everything
but always an Ora et Labora

from Monday to Saturday

All Sundays together
Are God's better
days together
give people their shelter
in their own homes
and Blessings to the bones

Don't forget to pray
any language and believe will do
as long as your heart is true
to God and honest for yourself
Our Father Who Art In Heaven
Hallowed be Thy Name
Thy Kingdom come
and the rest we know ourselves
Don't forget Amen
since that is the key to the closing ceremony
of your praying festivity

Ora et Labora
Once ever written in my home in Jakarta
Peace be with you
throughout the year
Love be within you
Be loved by the one who is closest and near

Copyright © Sylvia Frances Chan
Beautiful Saturday 22-09-2012
W.Eur.Time @5.32 hrs. a.m.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Topic(s) of this poem: God
Akhtar Jawad 18 April 2018

In love of God every day is a lovely day, a wonderful poem.

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Kumarmani Mahakul 29 October 2014

'I greet you fresh Monday' Very nice. Excellently penned. thanks. Keep writing.

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Sylvia Frances Chan

Sylvia Frances Chan

Jakarta, Indonesia
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