Edwina Reizer (12/22/1937 / LAKEWOOD, NJ)
Walking In The Wood
I went out walking in the wood
to see what I could find.
Amongst the trees and birds aloft
these words came to my mind.
'Oh sanctify the beauty from God
and bless the tiniest of all.
For even the ant that walks the earth
to God is never small.
For every species has its place
and will balance the nature of things.
And all that respect and honor this
will be as rich as Kings.'
And as I walked out in the wood
away from the busy-ness of man
I felt a peace and calm within
and understood God's plan.
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