A Prayer For Mary Hyatt. A Sonnet in Her Honour

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Mary Hyatt
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Get Well, Mary. With Love From Lots of Us

This Path we tread, ‘tis sometimes very steep,

And ailments we encounter can be deep.

I travel on this sojourn just like you;

I pray, entreat, I need your prayers too.

Now all is dark, yet shining is the Light,

Hearts soulfulness will aid me in this fight.

The Master’s Light; His fortitude do dwell,

Souls receive our tenderness as well.

Now that I am much stricken with this blow,

My Lord, my Life, I’ll Love You even more!

Send me Your children’s empathy to flow,

Within this sickness, let my Spirit glow.

Dear Lord above, regardless what I sow,

Grant me the boon to Love You evermore.

_Manatita, The Lantern Carrier. ©Copyrighted. 30th November, 2015.

~Awakening The Inner Light ~

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We pray for Mary's well-being and good health in God's name; we pray for her family and grandchildren at this time of need, we pray for the Love and healing Light of the Supreme Spirit. Praise Be! Amen.

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always exploring 14 months ago from Southern Illinois

I didn't know that Mary was ill. Your beautiful poetry will lift her spirits God willing.

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Venkatachari M 14 months ago from Hyderabad, India

Beautiful poetry. Your prayer should definitely make her well. May God cure her illness and all problems as early as possible.

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manatita44 14 months ago from london Author

Well, a friend told me, Ruby. Is she a friend? Send a note to wish her well. Much Love.

Venkatachari M,

You are a kind Soul, my Brother. God bless you and family.

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billybuc 14 months ago from Olympia, WA

We are a community and we feel it deeply when one of ours is ill....very sweet of you to pay Mary this tribute. Blessings to you and Mary, my friend.

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manatita44 14 months ago from london Author

Thank you, thank you, Bro. Truly appreciated.

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RJ Schwartz 14 months ago from Idaho Falls, Idaho

Tis the noblest of men who can take time from their days to wrap a blanket of hope around the sickly. You are a most noble man my friend. I'm certain your words will make an impact. Blessed be !

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manatita44 14 months ago from london Author

What a sweet thing to say Ralph! I really appreciate this. The last I heard was an improvement on her original state, I believe. Much Love and Gratitude.

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ChitrangadaSharan 14 months ago from New Delhi, India

So beautiful on your part to pray for quick recovery of Mary Hyatt! I am aware of her recent illness and join you in praying for her speedy recovery.

When so many prayers combine the blessings will definitely be showered on her.

Thank you for your kind and considerate gesture. I hope she reads it.

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manatita44 14 months ago from london Author

Thank you Chitrangada.

It would be nice if she could, in the sense that it would be a victory; a conquest over adversity or her ailment. Still, it's great to share and spread loving thoughts in the ether.

Thank you so much, My Dear Friend.

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bravewarrior 14 months ago from Central Florida

I, too, pray for Mary's recovery, Manatita. Last I heard, she was doing better and coming along well. I haven't heard much lately. With all our prayers and positive thoughts sent her way, we can gather a mountain of strength to help her heal.

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manatita44 14 months ago from london Author

Indeed, Shauna. Glad to hear of your prayers and to know that she is improving. From what I hear, it will be life-changing, but God is always merciful. Much Love.

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aviannovice 14 months ago from Stillwater, OK

I hope that Mary is doing better.

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manatita44 14 months ago from london Author

We hope. No news is generally good. So God bless her. Thank you Deb.

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