William H.A. Willbond MSM, CD
A MIRACLE IN THE LOVING ARMS OF MOTHER T
Children held in the arms of a nun called Mother T
Were fed, lovingly reared, and educated for free
These girls they grew up and they joined her order
Working in places behind each dangerous border
Going out to Africa many of the nuns did come
To work with the poor in each African slum
They work in the Samburu famine feeding station
To help feed the hungry in the East African Nation
A child that was discarded on the Calcutta Mean Street
Is now giving starving African children some ugali to eat
The sisters of charity working in each African slum
Repeat daily the duties of their founding nun!
The pope needs a miracle to make her a saint
What more of a picture does one have to paint?
Here is that miracle created by that little nun
They do the works of mercy in the African sun!
©Copyright April 27, 2008 by William H.A. Willbond, MSM, CD
Author’s Note: Mother Teresa of Calcutta took in homeless children, raised them, fed them and educated them. Many of the girls joined her order and continue to work amongst the poorest of the poor in the slums of the 3rd world. These throw away girls who’s families could not feed them or look after them were taken by this Saint of a woman. They in turn now do the works of mercy, healing the sick, feeding the hungry, comforting the dying etc. The pope need look no further – here is the miracle he needs.