Ronald Speight

Rookie (11-07-1989 / Philadelphia, PA)

Prayer - Poem by Ronald Speight

Prayer is a confession
Of a soul to a divine being
Writing is a tedious task

But a praise saying
All that may not come
To the mouth

A sign of faith is the
Song we sing
The music played
As to be heard
In the heavens

We know he hears us
He responds through
An undying literature
Pages that will
Always turn

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 15, 2009

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