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Monday, March 14, 2011

He sent me you


I prayed to god to send me a friend,
Someone to heal my pain.
A loving touch to lend,
When my tears fall like rain.

I Prayed to God to send me a friend,
Who shows concern for me when I hurt.
Someone who listens, when I have something to say,
And who cares for me, even at my worst.

I prayed to god to send me a friend,
Who could make me smile when the days are gray.
One who my broken heart could mend,
By bringing joy to my day.

I prayed to god for a friend,
And he listened too.
What did he send,
My friend he sent me you.

11 comments:

Amy and The House of Cats said...

Hi Ariel! This is such a beautiful poem. And it is really the perfect poem to describe the way I feel about all my cats - it is so true.

ABBY said...

Oh Ariel that is so beautiful.

purrin
xoxox

Jan's Funny Farm said...

Hooray, so happy your comments are working again. We tried but couldn't contact you so put a message on the CB and one on our blog. We didn't want you to think no one was visiting.

We love that poem. Thanks for sharing it.

The Meezers or Billy said...

what a beautiful poem - we are thankful that you are our friend!

Angel and Kirby said...

WE tried to find an email address so we could let you know that we could not comment! Thanks for letting us know it was fixed.

THat is a lovely poem!

Daisy said...

Ariel, that is a beautiful poem. I wanted to comment earlier, so I am glad the comments are fixed!

The Island Cats said...

What a lovely poem, Ariel!!

Samantha, Clementine and Maverick said...

Yippe for comments working!! The poem your Mom wrote was very beautiful!! Thank you for sharing it with us!!
Howdy from your TX furiends,

michico*Adan said...

GREAT, The comment is back~!

That is a very lovely poem ~~~
I want to hug you and your mommy!

Siku Marie, White Dog said...

Ariel, we are glad we can comment again! Your mommy has a beautiful way with words; her poem fills the heart.

Cheyenne -Millie said...

That is a really good poem!