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A Wish

To tap is my wish
God portrayed on me
Twelfth days in earlier times
I generated a day of tapping
To recommence the fragmentary tale of a movie film

A movie like my life
Resuming another phase of a film
30 months of life brought to a halt
Wishing to break its silence

Eventually silence will sway
While blaming one self’s difficult tasks
Swiftly blushed a shower of bliss
As face of morning flower awoke with a sunbeam

Endure life’s aspirations
A soft voice whispered
Thanking God for His gratefulness
“Thank You God” for your will.


Copyright © Jacqueline R. Mendoza | Year Posted 2021

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