Herman Sequira

A Quiet Place - Poem by Herman Sequira

This quiet place reveals His grace.
I meditate and pray;
For here I find true peace of mind
By night or light of day.

When deep despair and burdens bear
Down on my troubled soul,
I'll offer there, a quiet prayer
And He will make me whole.

Where flowers grow and waters flow;
In quietude I rest.
With Him I share my every care
And know that I am blest.

An interlude in solitude,
A time when all is still
You must concede, is all you need;
Embrace it if you will

Comments about A Quiet Place by Herman Sequira

  • john tiong chunghoo (8/5/2005 12:42:00 AM)

    i love these lines:

    An interlude in solitude,
    A time when all is still

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 4, 2005

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