Elmer Andrew Cohen
Self Esteem - Poem by Elmer Andrew Cohen
Self Esteem oh what
A dream, to be proud
And self assured and yet
Somehow bored a move
Indeed a warm carefree
No greater self esteem
Then that which cometh from God.
For he is the beginning and he is the end.
No great self assurance nor love.
Nor Grace can we have or processed by a human being.
At our worst point of existence
Who else can we rely
For all our needs he can supply.
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