Roxanne Dubarry

Gold Star - 7,410 Points (October 4,1954 / Seattle, Washington)

Thank You Lord Jesus Christ - Poem by Roxanne Dubarry

For being the sunshine in my life,
For turning winter into spring,
For turning darkness into light,
For bringing laughter and joy into my soul,
For the morning song birds that sweetly sing,
For the little girls and boys,
For being peaceful pardons of my sins,
*For being more valuable than either silver or gold*,
For giving me your gift of everlasting joy!
For being more precious than diamond rings,
For the price of American freedom and liberty!
For iner strength hidden deep with my heart,
For being the real love of my life.
*For Old Glory*!
But most of all, Thank you Lord Jesus Christ, for being the
Lord and Savior of my life!


Poet's Notes about The Poem

May 31,2011 is when I composed this poem, which is also my part of the 2011's 'V' is for Victory collection. The ** mean I make common references in my poetry of the expression, 'more valuable than either sliver or gold.' Old Glory is a title that I, and probably others, have named the USA's flag! I wrote this as a poem of gratituded to
Jesus Christ.

Comments about Thank You Lord Jesus Christ by Roxanne Dubarry

  • Drtony Brahmin (5/10/2016 12:09:00 AM)

    But most of all, Thank you Lord Jesus Christ, for being the
    Lord and Savior of my life! ohhhhhhhhh what a praise to Lord of Heaven and Earth and the Universe.
    i simply liked it and copied it to use as a prayer. in my prayer groups i will show it and tell of Roxananne and poemhunter....... and we will recite it (of course with your presumed permission) . i may take copies of it and give it to all. tony
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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 22, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 23, 2013


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