A LETTER FROM AVORAH WOLLARD

Dear Alan,
I’ve had this poem for a number of years. Now I’ve found the right time to send it. I only wish I could have written it . . . . but I mean every word.

~ Avorah Wollard āœ

It seems to me, there is no way
In which I could address you,
with more sincerity of heart
than just to say “God Bless you.

My words could wish that all your cares
would be a little lighter,
And I could send you greeting cards
To make your hours brighter.

My heart could wish good luck to you
And happiness in planning,
And I could promise you the depth
Of human understanding.

But I am sure no other thought
Or message would impress you,
As lovingly or lastingly
As asking God to Bless you.

And so I say God Bless you
In every good endeavor
And may His guiding grace be yours
Forever and forever.

love,
Avorah

sadly, Avorah Wollard made her transition several years ago, leaving me

Alone again, naturally.

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1 Response to A LETTER FROM AVORAH WOLLARD

  1. Reblogged this on AmerIcanValuesRestored and commented:

    A very personal letter from Avorah.

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