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Lovely Lucy

Poetry By: skilletgirl2

A poem about Lucy Pevensie from The Chronicles of Narnia. This is what I would say to her

Submitted:May 26, 2012    Reads: 10    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   

Lovely light to the land
Healing in your hand
Courageous, courteous chick
You make all the demons sick
Flying over the valley on eagle's wings
Listen to all creation sing
Spreading the Gospel to the nations
Bringing youthful joy to all domestic legions
Little life of fear
You, to the Lord, and so dear
Lively Lucy, you are a strong warrioress
Every friend complies to your address
The dagger you have
Is not entirely bad
Drive it into enemies
Your stab of righteousness
Makes every shadown leave
The vile of oil strung close to your neck
Will save the army from defeat
Has kept multiple brethren from being a wretch
Daddy's daughter, Mommy's morning song
Don't worry about finding where you belong
Lovely Lucy, look upon what little you have
And remember the young boy
With fish and two loaves of bread
Recall gentle Jesus
Washing his disciples' feet
He gave his very life
To love and teach
The Lion and the Lamb
Are very pleased with you
Constantly creating your
Compassionate cravings anew
Little Lucy
Light to the land
Take sweet Papa's hand


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