After the Wreckage

BY: variousauthors

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I am far away today
removed from devastation
distanced from despair.
Across the world they suffer
and I stare at this computer
thinking of hopelessness.  
My needs are their wants.
My wants make me blush
with shame.

May the humility that life brings
show me again, my blessings -  
those ordinary, daily miracles.   

May my every day
be a walking prayer,
an inaudible sigh
that swells with thanks
for all that I have,
and brings some peace
for those without.

 

 

 

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