RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Cannot Fathom Generous Nature Of God - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Nothing can stay the same in life, babies are born,
people die, life is lived and lost daily.
Toiling and laboring throughout the years gives an
inner satisfaction and knowledge of God not otherwise
learned in this life.
Left hanging from trees, our beings cannot fathom
the generous nature of God, for He's left us with
the things in nature that we need to exist.
Following His guidance, each of us on earth can also
penetrate the atmosphere and find what we're looking
for in effervescent stockpiles of nothing.
Expecting only the harmony of another's life within
the one we already have on earth we find nothing to
contribute because God has done it all.
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