Doris Litscher Gasser

(Prairie du Soc, Wisconsin)

The Samaritan Woman - Poem by Doris Litscher Gasser

"I was standing by the well
Feeling low-
A Samaritan woman out of
societies flow-
Though I was a horrible sinner
Jesus turned things around
And made me a winner."

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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