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A Fawns Miracle

It is hunting season in the mist of beauty and delight In the thick of the trees, sounds of shooting, deer run in fright Some grow weak are taken by man Others search for safety somewhere in their land A little fawn tumbles in fear, mother lost to the hunters dance Not knowing where to go, suddenly, a light from his side way glance He stumbles up on his feet, so confused, sadden and in fear Heads toward the light with wonder, unaware of what is near Hope in his little heart as he runs into a horrible surprise Headlights in his face, breaks squeal, to his near demise As he opens his heavy eyes, breathless and so unaware Unable to move he shivers, to taillights of someone who cares This angel who was approaching the near dead fawn Was speaking to him with a soft voice as she put him on the lawn She spoke to him with love, made him feel so safe Hold on there beautiful baby I will help you find your place He could feel his heartbeat grow weak as she stroked his little head With tears in her eyes she spoke to God, this is what she said Please lord it is my desire to save your wonderful creation Give him breath, heal him please, it is not his destination Her tears fell on his face, warmth he could feel once more His breath along with his heartbeat, strong like it was before Strength was back in him, to his feet he did arise He kissed the beautiful angel, for she saved him from demise He headed for the woods, then suddenly he veered He turned to look again, the angel disappeared Saddened once more alone again was he The horrifying noises gone, now silence, how could this be He entered in the woods his mother alive, back on her feet Happily he trotted to her, his heart just skipped a beat Not only did the angel save him, from something bad But all was back to normal in his home with mom and dad!!

Copyright © | Year Posted 2008

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