Henry Charles Beeching

(1859-1919 / England)

A Boy’s Prayer - Poem by Henry Charles Beeching

God who created me
Nimble and light of limb,
In three elements free,
To run, to ride, to swim:
Not when the sense is dim,
But now from the heart of joy,
I would remember Him;
Take the thanks of a boy.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 22, 2010



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