Gods's Grace

Gods's Grace

A Poem by Mary
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This little poem is about John the Baptist's birth. Mary had been sent to live with her cousin for a while, so the family could discuss what to do about her "situation."

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Sleep dear cousin, labor’s done

“God’s Grace” nestles in your arms

Safe and warm and loved

 

my pregnant womb flutters

or does it quake?



© 2015 Mary



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So lovely with serenity and especially the link between cousins. Love hearing Mary saying/thinking Is my own womb touched by this? I always liked the story of the existing bond between Mary and her cousin...how, when Mary first approached Elizabeth, their pregnant wombs touched and the unborn babies began to dance and move.

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Mary

5 Months Ago

thank, Steppenwolf. I'm sending a re-write to you in message, Hope you like it.



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The bonding of birth so pure and true...a blessings like no other..wonderful 🌹

Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Mary

4 Months Ago

thank you for your kind review.
Rose Petal🌹

4 Months Ago

My pleasure🌹
Beautiful! That's all! Just simply beautiful! Best wishes Mary!

Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Mary

4 Months Ago

Thank you, John. I think the relationship between Mary and Elisabeth was an amazing one. They were.. read more
John Ciarmello

4 Months Ago

Although, I am far from well versed on the subject. I feel you have explained the beauty so well.
So lovely with serenity and especially the link between cousins. Love hearing Mary saying/thinking Is my own womb touched by this? I always liked the story of the existing bond between Mary and her cousin...how, when Mary first approached Elizabeth, their pregnant wombs touched and the unborn babies began to dance and move.

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Mary

5 Months Ago

thank, Steppenwolf. I'm sending a re-write to you in message, Hope you like it.
Beautiful words describing the joy of John the Baptist birth. Touching verse telling of the movement within Mary's womb. Your poem is short in length but powerful in its portrayal.
Richie b.

Posted 1 Year Ago


Mary

1 Year Ago

thank you! I'm writing a small book of poetry from the point of view of Mary, mother of Jesus.
richieb

1 Year Ago

Looking forward to reading more of your poetry on the Blessed Virgin.
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Simple but true indeed! Great job!

Posted 1 Year Ago


Mary

1 Year Ago

thank you for your kind review. It's part of a small book of poetry written mostly from the point o.. read more
Simply stunning...so powerful.

Posted 2 Years Ago


Mary

1 Year Ago

thank you for your kind review. This is one of a series of poem I'm writing about Mary, mother of J.. read more
True and honest. Mary suffered a long weary tiring jounery. Just to rest and give birth in a stable ..
What a wonderful Saviour we have.

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Mary

2 Years Ago

thank you Rosalind for your kind review. Truly Mary had challenges
This is very human in response to the Christmas story. We tend to forget the woman who was blessed, but had to go above her human frailty.
Beautiful write.

Posted 2 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Mary

2 Years Ago

thank you for your kind review. I think Elisabeth was possibly the only woman who really understood.. read more

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