Janet Mary Zylstra
God's Hug - Poem by Janet Mary Zylstra
I feel God's hug in the warm water of my daily bath,
My favourite jersey
And the snuggling comfort of blankets.
I feel God's hug in the warm summer breeze
The swirls around me,
And His caress is in the fresh spring rain.
I feel God's hug when I cuddle a Teddy-bear;
His Friendship warms me with the companionship of friends;
His embrace touches me with the spontaniety of a child
And His presence is with me forever.
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