Gladys Brown Prince

Freshman - 926 Points (May 14 / Jamaica W1)

The Invisible Man - Poem by Gladys Brown Prince

I stood alone at the beautiful sea shore
Observing the racing boats and how they score
My gaze so intense with little common sense
I leaned on the fence without confidence

To my surprise there stood a man at my side
His handsome smile took hold of my pride
I stared in his face as if I was out in space
And blinked not a wink because of his grace

My thoughts went wild as I admired his smile
It was such a smile that could last me a while
He looked so unique I thought it mystique
That such a great man walks on my street

I sought his attention he smiled in response
I reached out to shake hands but in a glance
The man I had seen disappeared in the breeze
My system so shocked I stood there and freeze

For moments I pondered what is this
But found myself under conviction and bliss
His presence brought pleasure I could not resist
I knew this was the man whom I wanted to kiss

From sleep I awake and it was a dream
My heart aflame but I know not his name
Then in came a team and explained my dream
That man was Christ whom I should highly esteem

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 4, 2011

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