louis rams

(09/13/1943 / new york city)

Gods Beauties


God s beauties (3/22/13)
Above me was a light clear blue sky
With swirls of white going by, and the rest
Of the sky was snowy white, as I took in the beauty with delight.
All the beauties that GOD provided right before my very eyes
The green grass and the trees, and the humming of the bees.
The birds chirping in the air, flying by without a care.
Children playing in the streets, or dancing to the radios beat.
Adults rushing to work to earn a day's pay
And the elderly kneeling to pray.
Women bringing new life into the world
A baby boy, a baby girl.
Amazed at how their bodies can create so much love
And thanking GOD up above.
They say there is nothing in the world like seeing
A child come out of you, and the doctors and nurses
Are right there to help you too.
Look around at all that we take for granted
And think about if it wasn't there?
What would we have to share?

Submitted: Friday, March 22, 2013

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