Rev. Lawrence London

(Rockford, IL, USA)

Morning - Poem by Rev. Lawrence London

AWAKEN, taste morning
freshness, feel body
energy stretching;
see sunlight piercing
sight, bringing
daylight out of night.
HEAR noises stir
imagination, smell
fragrant blossom
scent; know beyond
mind thinking, God's
presence, freedom
spontaneity, intuition.
ARISE, know faith
calls, gives today,
hope, love enough
for all; deeply
breathe morning
Freshness, God's
miracle, new life.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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