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EMPOWERING INNOCENCE

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EMPOWERING INNOCENCE

A single rose grows with purity, into a field en-fenced
 from that moment it buds watch, as its passion and grace intertwine
It begins to bloom with such confidence
 showing off its elegance, with complete dominance
For you are left totally unaware, of an entire field of daisies swaying with poetry
 such passion and grace still exists in the heart of humanity
The worlds future completely relies on peace to become heard
 but how far has man let it go, our hearts hold hope for the same entity
Peace, love and harmony
 for those who choose to believe
Jesus freed that curse we'd received by Adam and Eve
 they have found love and peace
Taking it upon themselves they help the next man, to be free
 within God's own time, we will see heaven on earth
For it is still a gift we all receive, at our hour of birth


 

Copyright © Denise Hopkins

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  1. Date: 7/19/2013 10:04:00 PM
    What you have said in your poem is very true Denise, the world really is wonderful and people need to show love to one another, your work is going strength to strength, you will be better than I am one day, I will have to lift my game to stay in front of you, good luck on your writing, you have the passion and determination to succeed. your friend. John

  1. Date: 7/11/2013 4:59:00 AM
    Hi Denise, your poems are improving, this was very good I like the way you said Jesus freed Adam and Eve's sins, you are really shaping up as a poet. I will follow you through your poems, I feel you will become a top poet in time. John

  1. Date: 7/9/2013 9:43:00 AM
    Hi Denise, well written with only minor misspellings. Your style has improved much. My compliments again. You have cleverly understood that a poem cannot be written with the same language adopted for telephone messages or using slang. This poem is gentle and full of love for nature. You may improve much also te contents by using fantasy, passion and language!