Poet’s Pen

…For the Ladies who may have forgotten heartbreak is only temporary.

And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose. 

   Romans 8:28


Grace to Begin Again

After avoiding the trend

Being Out and In

Out and In Again

Love Dared Near

A dream Fulfilled

Eagerness willed

A gift held so dear

In wait she prayed

While others games played

Yet, hers, He alone had made

Only one was due

Only one who’d pursue

Her needs in every way

In head plans were made

In heart desire stayed

But along her reasons changed

The finger of love

Direct from above

Crafted him wise beyond age

A firm, handsome fellow

One calm and mellow

Unlike those of a past

Of which the fiend had masked

But her Father knew who she needed

After years left defeated

She needed one who would last

In tears of anguish

Masking an endless pang which

She’d hidden so well for so long

A cry of desperation

No desire to live lone until expiration

He reintroduced her to His throne

Taught her a secret

Sure that she’d keep it

That love starts at home

Answered were her prayers indeed

Gone, the need to endlessly plead

A longing for a helping hand

A listening ear, one to understand

That where she’d been she dreamed to go no more

One to know all she’d been looking for

With prayer her heart had been repaired

With faith her mind no longer impaired

Her request now fulfilled

Now as God originally willed

Her decision made to let him in

Humbly, she accepted the grace to begin again.

©2014 Nadia Davis. All Rights Reserved.




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