Poetry #67

A miracle among miracles
You had a mother
But not a father
as your fate was sealed
you were followed by some
and for others you were witted
You knew what you’d become
away from the shore
But you didn’t stop your mission
Even when you were sore
You fought till the end
You cured the sick
You helped the weak
You’ve made miracles
by the will of God
You were betrayed by one
But saved by the One
you’re still worshipped by some
But you’re loved by even more
As a servant of God

Author: Novus Lectio

You'll never know what you'll read next. Random lecture is what is all about but one thing is for sure, it's by the same author who wrote The Theory of Fate and Who Went Out of Africa

18 thoughts on “Poetry #67”

      1. I did my primary schooling from a Christian school… But I don’t remember all the stories our Bade sir which means Big(as in old) teacher used to tell us every Saturday. Every Christmas I had to play the role of an angel and dance to carols… And the month of December was spent on making the wings using cardboards, glitter paper and stars. Such great memories… Thank you for the poem… Took me back to my childhood. 😃

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