A Mother's Prayer

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

I wrote this with thoughts of a mother trying to prevent her daughter from going down the wrong path.

Dear GOD you have created a flower that is afraid to bloom. She hides behind the other flowers in your garden because she feels that she is different. She doesn't see her beauty and feels that she is a misplaced vine. She doesn't realize that you planted her with the same loving care as all of the flowers in your garden and that all of your flowers were created to blossom. Father you have given me the task of watering and  nurturing her, but I too, didn't realize that I was meant to bloom. I ask you GOD to help me to replant this flower and to show me which food to plant in the soil to nurture her body and spirit. Some flowers require more work than others and I know with the proper care we can bring them back. Dear GOD I am committed to caring for this flower that you have loaned me from your garden. I will come to you daily for instructions as I know that you created this flower and she belongs to you. Thank you GOD for replanting me so that I can share the leaves of knowledge that you have given me. Thank you GOD for the roots you have given me to strengthen my body and spirit and thank you for allowing me to finally blossom and proudly show the petals you created that are me, past and present.


Submitted: November 02, 2013

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vagabond24

Love.

Mon, November 11th, 2013 1:35am

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