Wayne Leon Learmond
God's whisper is the breeze
whispering into our ears:
'I am here.'
His voice can be heard
in the wind that roars:
The delicacy of His hand
you cannot fathom
with a flower.
Or a snowflake
that gently falls.
Each one seperate
from the other.
Gives us light
from the Moon, Stars and Sun.
Cannot be overcome.
And those that refuse to see
That God is so much more
powerful then we.
The mind of Man
is puny to compare.
With the One who made the
The Earth, Sea and Air.
Who are we to question
What we cannot understand?
Science can only go so far
The rest is in
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