Bernard F. Asuncion
Wishing For Your Gladness - Poem by Bernard F. Asuncion
R-emembering your birthday
O-n January fifteenth dawn;
N-ew morn has a promise,
A-s the twilight is gone.
L-ife ahead looks so bright, for the sun begins to shine;
D-espite difficulties and tests you'll be able to cross the line.
A-t the end of the horizon
L-ies a sparkling light;
L-ife eternal awaits you,
A-s the sun erases the
B-eautiful promised land
R-emains in your sight;
I-n spite of the darkness,
O-ne God sets things aright.
N-ow is the time to thank the Lord,
E-xpress your gratefulness;
S-inging happy birthday to you, as we are wishing for your gladness.
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