by Amanda L McClure
Friday, April 04, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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My sister Cheyenne was remarkeable in that as much as she hurt, she had faith like I had never known. Even though her problems finally took her, she loved God. She wrote this for her girlfriend, who found God through her...at least for a while.
I don't need to see the wind,
to know how hard it blows.
I don't need to see the sunset,
to know how grand it glows.
I don't need to see the sunshine,
to know how it warms my skin.
I don't need to see the Thunder,
to know there is lightning within.
I don't need to see the anger,
of a person to know they don't care.
And I certainly don't need to SEE your love...
to KNOW...it's always there.
I feel the hand of God so strongly,
I don't need to see Him each day.
I see the product of His greatest gift.
In your love that comes my way.
So darling when you sit and think...
'How can our love be true .
Remember dear...I'm always there..
and by Faith...I will always love you.
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|Reviewed by Z McClure
|excellent comparisons skillfully used to envision faith!
I always especially enjoy poetry that says timeless things
in a new way. Love your originality.
~a fellow human and poet- Zach
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|A fine offering of faith and love; thank you for sharing it, Amanda. Love and best wishes to you,