Saying Grace - Poem by Randy McClave
Lord, I want to thank you
For the food that we are about to eat,
Also thank you for our health and well-being
And thank you for our bread and meat.
We all are gathered here together
Before and after dinner with your embrace,
So, I thank you Lord for all of your gifts given
As you give us your blessings, we give grace.
Lord, I thank you for all that I have
And with a sadness I will end this dinner prayer,
As I wished there were more food upon my table
So, with others your bounty I could share.
Randy L. McClave
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