My youngest daughter is getting married on Sat. Dec. 19th. This poem is a wedding gift for her and a recovery gift for my other daughter to remind them that a woman of God lives life fully and joyfully with a heart overflowing with love. I want them to be as well as I, this amazing "She." My oldest daughter on the left in the photo says this is now her favorite poem, and she likes to read it every morning to remind her who she wants to be: this "She," a woman walking in God's grace and light spreading joy and love to everyone in her path. ❤🙏




She moves with passion and such joy
Sowing gladness & love, while remaining coy


Her heart flows with giving & is full of lust
She knows no limits; love is a must


Her spirit longs to run and be free
She feels with intensity, just to be


She humbly serves others with love & grace
She preaches the Gospel & her sweet Jesus' case


She works to change the imperfect present world
Hoping to bind perfection to the future all furled


Her kindness and gentleness is her soft touch
She gives & loves always, much too much


Her heart can be worn on the edge of her sleeve
Once she gives her love, it will never leave


She throws & casts fate all away
Living & challenging her life day by day


She seizes each moment as it might be her last
As she knows time is speeding by way too fast


She knows that life is led by God's calling
So she is brave & strong never fearing falling


Her God rules her heart; He's her strength & her might
This is what gives her, the courage to fight


She interacts & lives her life feeling deeply
Her inner intuitive voice leads her completely


Her ethereal light shines on others' ways
Her eyes & her smile glow as bright sunny rays


Her empathic presence is like a warm summer day
Her inner child within delights to laugh & to play


Can this nymph of light, this mysterious She,
possibly ever hope to be me?


This is my prayer and my wish to see
I trust God; He can help make me to be


--Rhonda Milner


Jeremiah 29:11 "I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord,

plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."

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