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Author Name: Premiummazurekd 4 Comments
Date Added: October 21, 2010 14:10:32 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Let the Beauty of Words Dance across My Parchment
co- author with Sheri Salvador Hayes

Lord let me write one poem that turns into solid gold.
One day to touch the fingertips of every reader’s soul.
To authored your healing words so soothing to the ears.
Like waterfalls and rain drops to wash away the tears.

From your heart to mine-like sunrays to nourish the earth.
Grant me poetic formation as your hands mold its birth.
Redeem our time by healing the reader’s hearts dearth.
To stir the soul to cry to taste of God’s amazing new birth.

Our words are a love offering presented for the eyes review.
From a heart renewed that has been tested with pain like you.
Like healing waters through your hands, pour from thy spout.
Of every tool that leads the chance to bring such poetry about.

Let the beauty in words dance upon my lips as I recite anew.
Lead them like a song of praise, crafted by the light in you.
Like the angel’s words to Mary, “We have glad tidings too”.
God pens names upon his palm, let parchment be our tool.

To climb that poetic staircase in the writers soul and heart.
Let the words light their sky above we finally done our part.
The Father, Son and Holy Spirit in heaven will testify too.
On earth the poets lead a parade of endless words for you.

Grace us with a feast of terms, a comfort food for thought.
Paving the way to serenity, expressions of the heart sought.
Expose the talents you granted me like a panoramic book.
Allow my words to stream-like a luminous meadow brook.

When the horizon greets the sunset to end the poet’s world.
With the quill in hand one final stroke as God secures my soul.
Leaving words from a flowing inkwell for a thirsty soul to drink.
My heart was left behind on parchment with transferable ink.

Author's Notes:
co- author with Sheri Salvador Hayes. Well this started on face book and evolved into the above. To sheri today is this twins birthday. Lol. thank you for your talented gift.
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Comment By: Freeleahlopez on July 26, 2013 12:52:48 AM Report
beautiful write
Comment By: Freemaggie lopez sherry wilbur on November 21, 2010 09:47:39 PM Report
It appears that beauty most certainly has touched both your minds and hands. keep blessing our souls with such a muse.Always Maggie.

Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on October 22, 2010 06:54:04 AM Report
What a very powerful poem to read a lot of thought went into this brilliant poem you two have done together...
.I really enjoy this so much....Bravo you two..

Comment By: FreeMelody on October 21, 2010 04:09:20 PM Report
This brought tears to my eyes. The beauty of the wording and the collab of two minds ..excellent masterpiece


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