About the Poem
This poem is about the night, Jan. 23, 1999, around two or three in the morning, that I found Jesus Christ, and is a way to say thanks to my now ex-girlfriend Amy who helped me. It is my favorite poem to date and I read it everyday and smile when I do.
|by Michael Howland
On a lake of brittle glass
In a driving blizzard
I stood frozen
Lacking, wanting, needing,
The warmth of love.
Then a light appeared
A hand touched my heart
And the blizzard was gone
I was no longer frozen
I had found the warmth of love.
I had found God.
Thank you Amy.
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