Thelma Evelyn Jones
How Can It Be - Poem by Thelma Evelyn Jones
As I watch a glorious sunset, I'm amazed, oh how can it be!
When I see the stars in the heavens, I can't comprehend all I see!
The moon, the planets, the Milky Way, the great universe, master planned
The sights, the sounds all around me, designed by a great master hand!
The powerful rushing rivers, the mighty oceans and seas!
Forests, flowers and creatures, the sun and the fragrant breeze!
The raging storms, crashing thunder, and lightning that rends the skies!
Seasons will all of their wonders! The thrill of a new baby's cries!
The songs of birds, all created for beauty in feathered flight!
Wonder of wonders surround me, as sunrise turns darkness to light!
All creations, so awesome, amazes, the wonders and splendors I see!
If creation hold all this glory, how great our creator must be!
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