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What God Made/a poem

Updated on May 9, 2013

What God Made

What God Made

I must accept the fact that God created me for different things; I wasn’t designed for children, or to wear a wedding ring.

I wasn’t built for fantasy, or to fulfill the dreams of men, my heart sings of poetry, and my lover is the pen.

I’m not a supermodel, my beauty is deep inside, God doesn’t judge my worth based on body size.

I wasn’t built to entertain, or put on lavish shows, the purpose for my being, even I may never know.

I wasn’t made to have hundreds of friends, and a loner I may be, but God chose the design, and he handpicked it for me.

Before you call me a freak, or label me with names, ask yourself what your purpose in life is, and why none of us are the same.

Theresa Bauserman

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      Jean Bakula 4 years ago from New Jersey

      A very nice poem, for a person who seems to know herself very well!

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      whonunuwho 4 years ago from United States

      Yes, my friend, God made us all, and our purposes are His to decide. We are all given the precious gift of breath and loving care from the Father. Thank you for sharing this nice poem. whonu

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      Jennifer 4 years ago from New Jersey

      Very well said! An enjoyable poem that flows very well!