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Unformatted text preview: The Least Miracle Carlos A. Angeles Region 8 : Eastern Visayas About the Author Someday there will be a sudden miracles Conjured in the potent noon and male hour And shall be no news, nor shall appear in papers In the only bed then in the old house I lay with my leg broken from a fall And bathed in my own blood and marrow We all thought wrongly I might die And for a time I could not walk again It was a Sorcerer, who limned a fertile cross Above my wound – then I let fall my crutches And those in the gallery, upon seeing , knelt Before the formal triumph of the Saint, While my father wept for me who had The last, least faith of us all. POEM SONNET “Faith is the confidence that what we hope for will actually happen; it gives us assurance about things we cannot see.” Hebrew 11:1 NLT ...
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  • Fall '08
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  • Poetry, Sonnet, Pet Shop Boys, Hebrew alphabet, carlos a. angeles

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