Gladys Unhjem Ebreck

(Crosby, North Dakota, USA)

The Man - Poem by Gladys Unhjem Ebreck

In this world of many wonders
When God created man
The master took his wand
And humbly made him stand
Gave him a heart
Though big or small
Filled it with love
for one and all.
Filled his veins with
liquid gold
To give strength to the weak
And faith to the old.
And when his work on earth
was done,
Softly whispered
close your eyes and
come on home.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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