She Asked For A Poem - Poem by Jim Norausky
Can anyone capture the essence of another person
in a painting, photo, or written words that last?
Whose temporal life loves family and pets,
and angels, and memories of events past,
while avoiding some things like traveling in jets.
Whose professional life passes knowledge
learned from books written throughout the ages
to students viewing a computer with a menu of pages.
Whose spiritual life has infusions of grace
from God and family souls looking into His face.
Whose home life tends to the many needs of three
linked by vows and destiny without illusions.
Whose many lives commingle
to fulfill dreams of final conclusions.
(For Helene, July 4,2008)
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