A small cat, hungry and afraid
Away from home it had strayed
On seeing the kitten, it was fed
What wonders, pieces of bread.
As a baby bird fell from its nest
A little boy behaved at his best
Saved the feathered one at last
Placing it in its nest just as fast
The fireman saved this little pup
Giving it some water from his cup
Fed it his doughnut, for a snack,
The dog barked, to give love back.
A boy next door saw leaves swept
Cut the old man's grass, well kept
Refused any money, for it was rare
Just in wanting to show he did care
The mailman saw a toddler leave,
Caught the babe by its tiny sleeve
Saving it from a most terrible slip
One good deed done on every trip
A man fed many with fish and bread
Near the seashore, a scripture read
Greater miracles performed each day
Prepared a life for us all in every way
© 2017 whonunuwho
whonunuwho (author) from United States on June 17, 2017:
Thanks for your kind review. whonu
Gypsy Rose Lee from Daytona Beach, Florida on June 16, 2017:
Most creative and wonderful poetry.
Ryan from Louisiana, USA on June 16, 2017:
Awesome job with the subject matter. This poem shares hope for humanity and hopefully many more will take the same kind of action this poem suggests. Great work.
Eric Dierker from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A. on June 16, 2017:
Really cool. I am learning to see more good than bad. Sorry but most people do not like it.
whonunuwho (author) from United States on June 16, 2017:
We all may see if we just look. This world has many wonders for us all. Many blessings my friend. whonu
threekeys on June 15, 2017:
Yes, if we look, we can see the surrounding everyday miracles. Im so happy you wrote this poem. It reinforces hope and optimism in the goodness of life and in the goodness of people. We need to hear more of this.