Nature Speaks - Poem by Margaret Nuner
All is quiet until Lightning comes with a fire across the sky.
"I can do better than that." says Thunder and he rumbles with deafening cry. "Oh yeah? says Cyclone, I'm stronger than that, I can move anything on earth"
"You had better watch out, and keep your mouth."
Said Earthquake shaking with mirth. Nature speaks the wonders of creator God
Who makes everything with life
Just as the forces, as though at play,
You have the power to laugh with mirth.
Laugh at illness that say to you, I'm stronger than your faith in God.
You can stomp it down, Pray to Jesus, and reap a miracle. He loves you.
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