Janis B. Drinnon
Blessings - Poem by Janis B. Drinnon
Our blessings are many, we must agree.
Some are in nature for us to see,
The birds and flowers near a mountain brook,
Combine their beauty for a contented look.
A deer grazing under a blue sky,
While squirrels chatter and play near by.
The trees and leaves and whispering breeze.
We thank our God for all of these.
The world's creation comes from above
And shows the way of his true love.
Heavenly Father to one and all.
He's always there to hear our call.
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