God's, 'Awesome Sky.' #1
What a panoramic view,
we had of God's awesome sky.
He sighed and said, 'It was
a perfect day, with no wind,
or rain, ' We all felt the same.
'It doesn't get any better than this.'
Suddenly God spoke to me, ' Roxanne,
It really doesn't take much to satisfy
you.' Fortunately for me, it's all too
Love in Christ Jesus!
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Poet's Notes about The Poem
I had another longer conversation with a younger male photographer, and used his coments in my poem.
Using quotations does not always have to be used in short stories, novels etc. they can also be used in poetry. Sometimes, I write more than one version to a poem, that is true in this poem.
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