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This poem originated as a challenge from a friend to write a piece containing the phrase, "the miracle continues".

There's only one "unexplained phenomenon" I have experienced in my life I would deem miraculous. Witnessing my deceased father's gestures, attitudes and facial expression in my now 8 year old son I first found kind of spooky.

Now I see the gifts we all have to give in life is why life, itself, is deemed a miracle.

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DeAnna
After losing my grandfather and grandmother 1 day apart. and now losing my husbands father mother day. I see them in my baby. 18months now you can really see and appre. life in the kids eyes. thank you.
julie
i had to pause a couple of times as i read it out loud, the emotion just bubbled up inside of me.
Bobbi
This poem was read today on the anniversary of my husbands death by my youngest daughter at Lake Sebago, Maine. It was touching and meant a great deal to all who celebrated his death Thank you.
sue
having a lost my daughter, my mother and my dad all within 4 years this poem really touched my heart

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The Miracle

There is a majestic quality-
In everyone for all to see.
Some keep it hidden, some never realize-
The magnificence they hold in others' eyes.

Ah, yes, life itself is the gift.
Though the memory, itself, Time doth sift.
And some might think the reverence gone-
As those we love one by one pass on.

But the intricacies Fate doth weave-
In commemoration for all who grieve.
Are the blessings given to rebirth-
From souls no-longer of this earth.

At first notice I came undone,
My father staring at me through my son.
But, now, in joy I ascertain-
Through him, my father lives again.

I look to heavens' resounding grace-
Renewed appreciation of life and my place.
Knowing as each newborn child opens their eyes-
The miracle continues, no one really dies.

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More Visitor Comments (from the Voting form)

joyce
what a wonderful poem, touches my heart & my soul, miss my dad, mom, & brother so much.
Lydia
My husband and I loved this poem! I lost my father in 1991, and we lost my mother and my husband's mother and father in 1998. We do indeed see our parents in our 4 children and 5 grandsons! What a blessing this poem is! Thank you and God Bless You!
hdgyxfg
oh, sorry my dad lost his a year ago.
Cat
very touching
connie
This is truly an inspiratioal poem to me. I lost my dad 5 years ago but I truly know that he lives on in my son, a very proud Marine.
nicki
i was looking for a poem and had searched forever, and this one is exactly what i wanted. this is the most beautiful poem i have ever read in my life.cudos to the author *cheers*
jeff
this poem standed out from all the rest i send it to my friend tis was the best
Ronnie
Beautifully inlightening!
Lisa
I myself have had plenty of miracles, and this poem really touches my heart.
Candace
My father was killed 6 yrs ago, when I was 9 yrs old and this poem means alot to me and I think it is a good way to think about death.
kathy
Evoked so much emotion,I didn't even realize existed!
Alisha
it sent chills down my spine and tears down my cheak.

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