FILING THE BASKET OF LOVE / Poem by Roula Pollard

Poem by Roula Pollard

 

FILING THE BASKET OF LOVE

I know an angel who walks in the street of Nairobi,
I know an angel who visits in the darkness of day
in the light of night destitute street people

I know an angel who comforts street mothers and children
in the cold of day and night

I know an angel who makes cold into warmth
I know an angel who buys medicines for destitute street mothers and children, I know a soul of light and love

Who does always remember how cold is the world
for all destitute mothers and children, for people who lost
hope, for juveniles in prison who would like to pray

to Gracious God, our God of compassion to shower upon them his blessings. I know an angel who walks in the streets of Nairobi and carries on his wings, I know him, Jared , carries on his wings love, medicines, food and hope to destitute people of the world

(C) Roula Pollard Pollard
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One thought on “FILING THE BASKET OF LOVE / Poem by Roula Pollard

  1. My Dearest Roula, You hold the cord of life,imbillocole, you help with the aid of an Angel to assist those who are not accustomed to be helped. You words transcend all barriers, to self-worth and strike the match of hope and it remains lit by your love. How wonderful pictures are painted not on canvas material but on minds and hearts. Never to age, wilt, or decay. To give glimmers of light to residents darkness claim as dependents, you evict the Slum-bum lord and castigate him such negligence deserves. Thank you for your enrichment and nourishment for everyone’s soul. A treasure you are, long lasting and so beautifully set in resplendent beauty!

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