Thank You

Poem By Emily Angel

The thought of being useless
Haunted me day and night.

I dreamt on and on
Yet nothing came to pass.

I held my problems
Greater than anything else
Until I met you, my friend.

Life is harder for others,
I do realize now.

You taught me
My trials are nothing.

You showed me how
Foolish my whining is.

I, shamefully, realize
How nothing I am.

I truly acknowledge
How undeserving I’ve been
For all the blessings
I’ve been granted
When the most deserving
Are in pain.

And you, my brother,
Is one among them.

You taught me
To be beneficial.

You gave me
The heart to help.

I can’t thank you enough
Ever in my life.

Yet ‘Thank You’
From the bottom of my heart.

Comments about Thank You

i love this one emily reminds me of a saying i was told by a friend 'no matter have bad and hard you have it, some one out there has it worst'

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