A Little Kindness Never Hurts
When I see a homeless man or woman
I instantly just throw prayer their way.
When with a little, child I will listen,
No matter if it takes them long to say
What in their mind they feel is important.
It helps to build their sense of worth, I know.
I always give compliments to strangers
Even if they regard me as their foe.
You never know what stresses they might have,
Nor how your comment could just be that light
That causes them to seek a kinder path
When their emotions rue the darkest night.
Animals see me as a pied piper...
They somehow feel my aura loves them so.
Even if they seem quite temperamental
They follow me where ever I might go.
I work my magic best with reiki hands
I volunteer my time and help to heal
Those infirm or injured in hospital
With universal energy that's real.
Last not least, I sign numbers for the deaf.
They greet me wth happy smiling faces.
They adore playing Bingo each Wednesday.
I'm rich with love, from so many places.
November 8, 2018
*Note I got busy and didn't get this posted in time for the contest.
A Little Kindness Never Hurts Poetry Contest
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Copyright © Connie Marcum Wong | Year Posted 2018