Hunter Kejick

Rookie (Aug/03/90 / Sioux Lookout)

Our Creator Poem by Hunter Kejick

He created the heavens and earth
Watching every step we take since birth
The air we breathe - The Nature we see
Down to the whispers that the wind will bring.

It all belongs to Him and so it shall return one day.
So its important that we all pray
That way He knows how thankful we truly are
Because Our Creator is never far
When we except it least - He is right there.
No matter where we go He is always near.
He knows every thought - every secret we kept
All the times we laughed - all the times we've wept.
He loves us more than we will ever know.

The reason the sun shines; the reason flowers grow
So we see the beauty in Nature - the beauty He made.
And our faith is strong, that beauty will never fade.
We are Native Americans - We stand proud and strong.

As our elders have lived for so long.
We protect the Nature because it lives inside of us.
We are a Nation bulit on loyalty and trust

Submitted: Friday, August 14, 2009

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