Lyken L. Warren

(S. Daytona, Florida)

Awakenings - Poem by Lyken L. Warren

Tis morning--half awareness--the soft patter of rain on my roof
Consciousness--realization--I have been granted one more day
As I pull the blinds and gaze out on the world a wonderful scene unfolds And as the river flows and the meadow glows in the quietude after the
soft summer rain
All of God's little creatures chattering and singing at the dawning of
another glorious morning
My heart swells with anticipation of another day of learning My eyes are filled with wonderment at the bounteous beauty of God's
creation my senses full to overflowing, and I am overcome in the
presence of such magnificence
And so I bow my head in humble silence that I be allowed to know and
see and feel-- and in some small way be a part of this
omnipotent scene!

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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