Rusty Armor by Allie

There was a man with armor

That didn’t start to rust.

He had a lot of friends

That he was sure he could trust.

But as he got older,

His armor started to rust.

And his friends laughed at him,

And they pushed him in the dust.

Now he felt very lonely,

He didn’t have a friend.

Then a voice spoke to him,

And this is what it said:

“Why do you feel lonely?

Why do you look sad?

Don’t you know that I’m here?

That should make you glad.”

“I am the one who made you,

I gave you your armor too.

But best of all I put a kind heart inside of you.”

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3 Responses to Rusty Armor by Allie

  1. Becky says:

    Oh my Goodness what a talented & very sweet person this Grand daughter of ours. God has blessed you so much. We are so proud of you & love you so very much.

  2. Anonymous says:

    My name is Rusty Bohannon. This poem showed up in my e-mail inbox because I have a Google Alert set up for my own name. Great poem!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Wow!! That is great!

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