Treasure Island

Jean Penner


Flowers of God


Softly growing in the garden of life,
Are beautiful flowers from God,
Lovingly planted inside our hearts,
Lining the pathways we trod.

These flowers shaped by their creator,
Are such a reflection of Him,
How could one look at their beauty,
And not see that God is within?

These flowers tattooing a message,
Across the fields of our soul,
Knowing that within their presence,
God’s wonderful peace can grow.

As gently the winds brush their petals,
The fragrance of God whispers near,
As our lives drift in many directions,
We know that His flowers stay dear.

“You’re never alone in my garden,
My love is displayed in their hues,
Reach out and discover their beauty,
I made these flowers for you.”

Softly strolling in the garden of life,
Blessed are the pathways we trod,
Lovingly planted from inside His heart,
Are the beautiful flowers of God.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 13, 2005

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