Dear God - Poem by Sanjukta Nag
You taught the dawn to break the cloud
You taught the birds to sing aloud
So, there cannot be any doubt
That night has gone to bed.
The sun starts to scatter its rays
The wind starts to find its ways
In hills forests deserts and bays
To obey what You said.
The morning is serene and sound
You made everything profound
I'll always follow You around
Bowing my heart and head.
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