June 18, 2012

The Innocent Suffer

Born Free was a shelter for at risk children.
Christmas outreach 2001
Abuse, suffering, hunger, and pain
What’s the purpose, can there be any gain?

The innocent suffer, the innocent cry
I see their agony and I ask myself why?

A child in the street, naked and cold
No food for the belly, wounds that are old

No parents around, there’s no one to care
No home to be found, no love to share

Why does this happen, why must it go on?
Is there any reason when reason has gone?

How many victims do we meet everyday?
Do we take time for them, do we think to pray?

Or are we too busy with our own lives to see
The needy people around you and me?

by Christina Morley


Denise said...


everydayproducts andmore said...

love this Thanks for sharing newest follower look forward to reading your posts

Emily Cook said...

I just got done reading "Kisses from Katie" and this poem echoes the things that are on my heart today...

God, use my hands and my feet and my life to ease some of the suffering in this world.

New follower from aloha friday- I hope you can follow back!

Christina Morley said...

Thanks! Blessings to you!

Christina Morley said...

Thanks! And I'm one of your followers too. Have a blessed weekend!

Christina Morley said...

Hi Emily! I really love your blog! You have great content. I looked at the first two posts on your home page. I am your latest GFC follower and I've like you on FB. Blessings to you!

Christina Morley said...

I'm not sure how you're following me. I've just looked at my GFC and I can't see you there. I'd love for you to follow that way too. Please check!

Karren said...

You Blog is lovely and have enjoyed reading. You Less Advice was a perfect thought for me.
I am visiting for the first time form the 99% Exposure Hop, and I am following and have added your blog to Google Reader today,following on GFC too, hope you can come visit as well. Thanks

RAHKed said...

Very nice writing! I'm your newest follower from 99% Exposure, check out my blog if you get a chance, I'm having my first giveaway.

Gina Baker said...

Beautiful. I have also been to a few rough places... Africa to name one. Any parent does not want to see a child in those conditions. Coming to you from the blog hop.

Emily Sung said...

Visiting and following you from the Make My Morning Hop! I've been on a missions trip my self as a teenager and it had to be one of the most humbling experiences ever! As a teenage girl I wanted it all and after seeing how people live outside of the USA, it was truly eye opening and has changed my perspective ever since.

Please drop by http://birthofamom.blogspot.com

Christina Morley said...

I'm glad you enjoyed my poems! I'm looking forward to reading more from you too! God bless!

Christina Morley said...

Thank you! I am now following your "good deeds" blog! Have a lovely week!

Christina Morley said...

Thanks Gina! I'm already one of your followers and love your beautiful blog! God bless!

Christina Morley said...

Thanks Emily! It's interesting to hear about your missions trip. I'm one of your followers. Have a blessed week!

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