Fair Faith

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

you may not always know or understand, but just believe and you will see.

I once thought things would be easy

That sometimes it would be so simple

Not a complex or overdone puzzle

But just what was needed

Time though has told me otherwise

It gives and takes on a whim


Say you take a gift on freely given

It's yours so do as you, please

One would wonder what it could be

You think and you ponder

So much so you forget what was before you

It was there to be taken, so open it

It was a minor thing for sure

A messy placing of paper in a box

Only to reveal note held inside


It's not what's expected nor desired

Surely some mistake has transpired

All the puff and stuff to lead to nothing

Disappointing to be sure

But one's heart is kind and will endure

So open and see all that it could be

Directions to a place for you to see


What strange oddity is this

Some game or matter of chance

At first glance, it would be of circumstance

Yet you follow on and desire to see

Ones is sure to linger on curiosity

Step by step as instructed


And do you know what was to be found

Not an item or trinket

Not something wanted But needed

Absolute certainty and all that is to be

A smile and a warmth most bright

A marvel so certain without a doubt


Just believe and you shall see

Just what is in store for thee

Submitted: October 22, 2016

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wonderful poem, brilliant wording, excellent expectations.

Sat, October 22nd, 2016 10:17am


Thank you. Glad that you enjoyed it.

Sat, October 22nd, 2016 7:47am

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