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Reflections
by J.R. Gordon

Tuesday, January 29, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I was surprised today to receive a poem from my 82 year old mother. I have read it, re-read it and then done it all over again. I don't know poetry from pecans but it looks pretty nice to me.

For many a hill Iíve had to climb
For every stone that bruised my feet
For all the blood, sweat and grime
For blinding storms and burning feet
My heart sings but a grateful song
Those were the things that made me strong

For all the heartaches and the tears
For all the anguish and the pain
For gloomy days and fruitless years
For all the hope I lived in vain
I do give thanks, for now I know
These were the things that helped me grow

Ďtis not the safer things in life
That stimulates our will to strive
But bleak adversity and strife
Do much to keep our wills alive
Over rose strewn paths the weaklings creep
But brave hearts dare to climb the steep

I know.


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Reviewed by Richard Arrington 12/14/2009
Very good work, I love it.
Reviewed by Frances Seymour 9/27/2009
Beautiful words expressing the fact that adversity makes the heart grow stronger. In Christ...Frances
Reviewed by Sister Deborah Young 6/26/2009
J.R., What a most wonderful poem, I loved it! Thanks. Sis. "D"



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