The tragedy struck so fierce
no time to think or breathe
It was then I saw Your face appear –
I was not alone to grieve

The anger was too much to bear
I reached to throw a vase
But just as launch was to occur
I glimpsed Your patient face

Laughter poured forth from my lips
the kids were giggling piles
I saw You then, Your laughing face,
smiling at our smiles

Seeing without searching –
reminders of Your grace
Open me to see You more
until I wear Your face