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On many occasions, I have felt the supernatural intervention of miracle hands that have helped me in distress and allowed me to come out unscathed. In these moments of anguish and misery, these marvel human beings have lifted me from the abyss and apocalypse to get on with life. Are they inspirations, power of God, oracles or epiphanies, I know not, but there are far too many to shrug them off as coincidences or fortuity or simply a stroke of luck. These guardian angels vanish without a trace before I say the profuse and profound ‘Thank you” and they are never to be seen again. The poem below is a “benediction” to all those saviours who arrive at the opportune moments to pull me out of fire and get me off the hook time and again! I have intentionally used alphabets ‘T’ and ‘G’ in the verses to express my “Thank you” and “Gratitude” to the “Godsend”.


Times many have I encountered

The rendezvous with an angel in disguise

Tryst with miracle men

Turning things around

Godsend to trouble shoot

Grant and bestow alacrity

Governed by manifestation

Gratuity I can never forget

Times many have I benefitted

Going on a wild goose chase

To come face to face with my messiah

Giving me revelation of a rare kind

True they could be fate and destiny

Grasp on situations beyond control

To bring me back on track

Gospel of faith on the supreme

Godsend to take under HIS wing

Guiding through perils

Genie that appears and disappears

Guiding spirit whom I have not thanked


16 thoughts on “Godsend

  1. A lovely expression of gratitude. Sometimes when things seem to be go haywire, saviors do appear in different forms and put our life back on track. What we often forget is to develop an attitude of gratitude. Thank you for this beautiful reminder Sunita

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