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Statue of Liberty – a poem by Carley Eason Evans

Statue of Liberty

Isn’t She beautiful? The Woman standing in
The harbor, torch lifted high. Doesn’t
Her face offer you a way in

To a freedom once only imagined?
She wears her crown but never
Acts as high or mighty. She is
Your mother-sister-friend. Her name

Is America.

copyright 2012 Carley Eason Evans

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About lambskinny

How blessed are the feet of those who spread Good News! A born-again Christian who loves the Word of God, I endeavor to explore scripture in short posts due to my reduced attention span! I now write (or administrate) FIVE blogs: "Grace Partakers" "obsecrations" "Versatile Blogger Award" "Metal Man Walking" and "DooRFrame Books." Sometimes accused - yes! accused! - of being a Calvinist, I actually admit to believing God is Sovereign and God is Love.

4 responses to “Statue of Liberty – a poem by Carley Eason Evans

  1. Reblogged this on obsecrations and commented:

    a poem I wrote this morning…

  2. Thanks Hover Craft Doggy!

  3. Thank you, Chelsea.

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