Tell Me

Tell Me

A Poem by storiestotell

Getting strength from above!


Tell me father,

of my splendor you so carefully molded.

Let me hear your knowledge and wisdom,

giving me assurance that you're not done with me.

Breathe on me blessings of peace.


Tell me father,

that my face is blossoming into something sweet and tender.

My laughter is like billows of music filling your ears.

bestow  upon me your comfort when I am weak and weary.

Inspire me to always look to you for guidance.


tell me father,

of your immortal love, that it last forever,

and my love for you brightly beams.

Let your voice be  an never ending whisper in my ear,

filling me with your precious strength.


Tell me father,

that we are like eagle wings,

soaring high above the earth.

Help me leave a trail of your friendship where ever I go,

filling people's path with your glorious glow.


Tell me father,

life's swiftly passing years have been to your liking.

Even though I've had some dark hours

your mercy is new each day.

How excellent is your loving kindness!


Tell me father,

once again about heaven and the streets of gold,

and the crown you're keeping safe for me until my time comes.

Wash me in your abundance of love.

Keep me safe for all eternity.


© 2011 storiestotell

Author's Note

Hope who all reads this finds themselves feeling peace and love from above. Hope it's a good enjoyable read, tell me what you think!

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What a lovely, prayerfull poem.....quite beautiful. My favorite verse is,
"Tell me father,
that we are like eagle wings,
soaring high above the earth.
help me leave a trail of your friendship where ever I go,
filling people's path with your glorious glow."

There's one little grammatical error in the next verse. The line should be, "life's swift passing years have been to your liking."
Great job with this poem!

Posted 7 Years Ago

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I definitely felt the peace and love! Beautiful!

Posted 7 Years Ago

Really captivating and nice.

Posted 7 Years Ago

Lovely work!

Posted 7 Years Ago

...And an enjoyable read it is(: Excellent, simply amazing.

Posted 7 Years Ago

Beautiful. This is remarkable and very uplifting.. Great peice.. :)

Posted 7 Years Ago

One typo and two "grammos" *do nothing to lessen the impact of this poem! If only we all had the ability to open our souls and cry out to the Father our heart's desires in so sweet and childlike a fashion. Well said, Sister!

* assurance, I've, swiftLY passing

Posted 7 Years Ago

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yes very nice and peaceful
He is full of mercy and grace
I am so glad I stopped in today to read and review, I enjoyed this piece alot
Thanks for sharing with me

Posted 7 Years Ago

divine inspiration filled with curiousity and power

Posted 7 Years Ago

Tell you what !! This is lovely, beautiful and so much full of soul and spirit. It's a great piece, a lovely theme to work upon and on top of that, you've placed wonderful images, lovely ideas to wove this piece together. I am not entirely religious but this touched a chord, a theme so universal, a theme of faith, of spiritual and higher love and peace..Great write Dear...

Posted 7 Years Ago

what sort of father are you talking to?
cuz i can see this being addressed to both a biological father, or like a religious father (how am i supposed to say that??)

Posted 7 Years Ago

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Added on January 14, 2011
Last Updated on January 18, 2011
Tags: God, love, strenght, peace



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