The Making Of A Miracle
Perhaps just once in a lifetime a miracle comes along
Someone to help you find the solution to what is wrong,
Perhaps just once in my lifetime I will write this prose
So that everyone reading will believe and truly knows.
My miracle was someone who listened to my karaoke
She was unassuming and believed in the best yet to be,
She heard me belt out a rendition of You Raise Me Up
Little did I know that she would become my buttercup.
Have you met your miracle, giving faith to circumstance?
It may be while you are singing; she twirls with the dance,
Perhaps you can build anything with ease, but want more
Perhaps you have sailed seas, wondering what is in store?
Perhaps you are the theoretical mathematician with charts
While she is a talented beautician, beauty off of the charts,
Do you place your trust in the truest of loves and a Savior?
Have you gone bust in the vain pursuit of desiring ever more?
I know that there are many experts who will sell you a place
On their site of amorous ardor, complete with many a face,
Perhaps when you rest from chasing a miracle, you may find
That the best case of pursuing is to be still and rest your mind.
I am thankful that every day I have a wife that is true of heart
We trust each other to remain ever faithful even when apart,
I hope that you cherish the miracle of matrimony while here
Someone to hold tight in your arms and in your heart so dear.
I join you in the belief that this life is brief and true love rare
I hope you are joined in God’s perfection to one who will care,
The miracle is not in the finding, but in binding any more doubts
In closing the dead end doors, a new love may flow from spouts.
Written by Gary Cox 03/09/2021...to God be the glory