Jocelyn Sumido Dunbar
Prayer - Poem by Jocelyn Sumido Dunbar
Talking, communion, releasing,
A freedom of soul; senses, heart,
Emotion, feeling, mind and thoughts, to breathe
Into his presence of silence.
"Honouring God the father ".
To quite our thoughts and motives
To feel and think, to ask favour,
Forgiveness, request, guidance,
To in tune to the highest excellence of God
To surrender to his majesty. To trust and to believe.
Prayer... a words to connect our
Innermost being to the father
Almighty in heaven. To whisper words in prayer.
© Jocelyn Sumido-Dunbar
8 July 2006
5: 50 PM
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