Bernard F. Asuncion
Thanks And Glory - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
J-anuary twenty-ninth early morn
A-nother day has broken;
N-ight's deep slumber has ended,
S-ignaling the dawn is awakened.
S-unrise replaces the moon,
E-nding the dark and dusk;
N-ew light shines in the sky, as it starts the delightful task.
C-elebration in the castle is ready
A-nd so does the food;
S-ound and birthday cake
T-aste not bitter but good.
I-mportant thing though about
L-ife is the Lord Almighty;
L-et Him be recognized,
O-ffer to Him thanks and glory.
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