I Don't Want Her Hurting
by Connie Hinnen Cook
Thursday, March 30, 2006
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I don't want her hurting, Jesus,
she's so all alone,
The husband that she loves moved out,
her kids are "long gone grown,"
She's given them her all, dear Lord,
she did the things she should,
And though the road was often rough
she did the best she could.
For three long decades and a half
she was a faithful wife,
She let him have the spotlight, Lord,
he was her world, her life;
And though they've been divorced for years
he still rules in her brain,
She says he's her obsession,
as addictive as cocaine.
His girlfriend is much younger
and he seems so happy now,
The family get-togethers
are endurance tests somehow;
They sit so close together
with her hand upon his knee,
Their passion is so obvious
for all the world to see.
The hours pass like molasses
and there's always time to cry,
She knows she should get on with life
but has no heart to try,
A funeral without a corpse
that had no wish to die,
I tell her she should turn to You
yet can't convince her why,
Grant her the peace that comes from You
that money cannot buy ~
'Cause I don't want her hurting, Jesus...
"Turn your eyes upon Jesus,
look full in His wonderful face,
and the things of earth
will grow strangely dim
in the light of His glory and grace."
(Song: "Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus"
by Helen Howarth Lemmel)
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|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Compassion! You evoke it so well in your verses, Connie. Thank you for sharing this gift. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by Crystal Silver Angel (Reader)
|((((Connie))) this is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing this masterpiece..Thank you for reading my work..I appreciate it.
((((Hugs And Love, JoAnne )))
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|Absolutely fantastic poem decrying the despair within the human heart. Sometimes "moving on" is just not a viable solution. Sometimes "moving on" is an impossible thought.|
|Reviewed by Janet Bellinger
|This one touched me very deeply. How sad.
|Reviewed by E T Waldron
|Connie, please pass the kleenex. I really felt this one deeply. So sad when it's like this and we can't seem to make a difference. But God knows and will help in time,honoring your heart.
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Man, oh man. This is Karla. In my den. I goofed up, big time! Was in Karen's den, didn't realize it until now. Forgive me.
So, here's Karen's review, under my name. LOLOL Silly me!
A beautifully penned, poignant prayer, very well written. Prayer works...and thanks for yours.
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in TX, Karen Lynn. :D
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
A most beautiful, compassionate prayer. Thank you--I needed this one today. And thank you for your prayers...they are most appreciated, with tornado watches immeditely to our north....
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.