Church Organist

'To God Be The Glory!'
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08/07/2013

'To God Be The Glory!', magical fingers on sets of keys

Played such glorious smooth soft melodies

A passionate lover of Christ's Ministry

A faithful follower of the Almighty.




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This is a poem of a caring mother's tale

Sing praises in the lowest voice of a female

Her tender touch and beauty of opinions

Encourage in good heart for million reasons.


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Modest in words, deeds and in heart

Listen and obey even to children who are not smart

Respectful and concerned with such acceptance

Dance at parties with such elegance.




A room full of butterflies :)
A room full of butterflies :) | Source

Strong and attentive, valuable hard worker,

An admirable companion, submissive helper;

Gracious and grateful to the Holy One

A precious mom to two beautiful daughters under the sun.

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Musadiq Khan 3 years ago from Islamabad, Pakistan

I am loving it :)


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billybuc 3 years ago from Olympia, WA

A lovely tribute. Thank you for this. I was once a church organist when I was a teenager.....loved doing weddings most of all. :)


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rdsparrowriter 3 years ago Author

Glad to know Musadiq :)


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rdsparrowriter 3 years ago Author

Really .. that's nice billy :)


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cleaner3 3 years ago from Pueblo, Colorado

Rochelle beautiful poetry and tribute to trhis special person who brings the Lord to all in musical tones..

Michael


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rdsparrowriter 3 years ago Author

Yes it is awesome :) Thanks Michael for your comment:) God bless you!


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MsDora 3 years ago from The Caribbean

Beautiful! Among her other virtues, "Modest in words, deeds and in heart" captures my attention. Thanks for sharing.


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rdsparrowriter 3 years ago Author

Thank you MsDora for your visit to my hub :)

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