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  Another Little Talk With Jesus
by J. Allen Wilson
Saturday, October 25, 2008
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Weekends seem to be the hardest now. I always looked forward to the weekend so that my wife and I could have fun together, but now…I just feel the silence that surrounds me…I also see Leah in so many things. Just to get out today I went to Walmart and bought some pants…I was so sad for I recall all the times that Leah and I would go shopping together and just on the spur of the moment in the middle of the Walmart aisle I would grab her and hold her close and kiss her lovingly….I thought of that today and cried.

Another Little Talk With Jesus


Lord Jesus; it’s me again; the one here from SC. that talks to you every day.

I know that you told me that you would not put more on me that I could take.

Yet, Lord, I am so alone; I so feel abandoned as my heart continues to break.


What was that Jesus?…oh yes, I know that when I have you I am never alone.

It’s just that I miss her Lord; I miss her smile and I long for her to be here at home.

Jesus, I know that you know my pain, and I know that you said to give it all to you.

But Lord, oh Lord, I need your help with this for I know not what I should do.


She is in my thoughts both night and day and I long to hold her hand once more.

I go out just to get away and I see so many couples that show not love, but scorn.

Jesus, I just want to go up to them and softly say,

Love now with all your heart for life is short and love all too easily slips way.


You know me Lord, and you know that when we talk it is to you I talk most plain.

So in this my simple and common little plea, I pray once more God… ease my pain.

Every day now Lord Jesus, I live in this stark silence missing Leah; looking for a sign, just something Lord to let me know.


What was that Lord? Oh the stranger at the cross, no I haven’t seen him again to which I am at loss.

Yes, oh yes that also I recall, I remember the painted skies and the vapor cross.


Thank you Jesus for reminding me and thank you for letting me know and see.

And Yes I will remember what you said…  I have written right hear and in my heart and in my head.


Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee”  Isaiah 26:3


J. Allen Wilson © 10/25/08



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Reviewed by Dawn Anderson
Allen, I can say what you already know...and give words of encouragment as others have done...instead, I want to tell you that you have written this so beautifully, and what you have written introducing the touched my heart.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
You've opened your heart, Allen, and He hears your groanings; continue to hold fast to Him; never give up hope in the realization that you and your beloved Leah will be reunited once again in Heaven! Know you are ever in my prayers and thoughts, (((Dear Friend)))!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :( >tears! <

Heartfelt emotive poem; very well penned!
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
You know He's listening as is Leah...Take care, friend Al...Ed & Rufuz
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Allen, you are taking it to the only one who can help you right now. Perhaps in future you will receive other help from a companion, but for now keep talking to your Savior,and trust Him to see you through. You have been in my prayers,and will continue to be. I ache for your deep sorrow,and pain. I pray it will soon begin to ease,as you write out your heartache...

Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle
This is a lovely poem.God will always be there for you and he will hug you like a blanket on a cold winter's day where your heart and soul is fill with warmtn and comfort.take care of yourself and stay strong

Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Such a beautiful, loving prayer, Allen. Know you miss her: see it in your words. Keep talking: He is listening, He will get you through. :) Well done!

(((HUGS))) love and continued prayer, Karla.
Reviewed by m j hollingshead
well done, well said
Reviewed by Rebecca Russell
Keep talking to Him, Allen. He's listening, as are we. Take care. Rebecca
Reviewed by Lois Christensen
Another lovely photo of Leah. Another lovely write to about your loneliness. I do get out to places to forget and try to get over the grief, but it is hard. See things that remind me of Tom and then i get sad. Who said grief is easy and will ease. Many people, but it isn't so true that it goes away. Some people have harder times than others. Meanwhile trust in your lord and savior and he will heal us.
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