Jacqueline Stinson

(Mesa, Arizona)

Someone's Memory - Poem by Jacqueline Stinson

O, Lord help us to
remember that we
will become someone
else's memory!
Let our every touch
be a seeing gift
fulfilling a need
and bringing a lift
Let love move inside
every deed we do
and become a sweet
sacrifice for you...
so lovely it stirs
someone's memory
to let pain rise in
joy, triumphantly!

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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