Linda Cooper Batchelor
Silent Prayer - Poem by Linda Cooper Batchelor
As the sun peers through my window,
with the dawn of another day.
there is so much I need to tell You,
but right now I'm too frustrated and
confused to pray.
There are many things I need to tell you,
that have been lingering in my heart,
but the words just won't come;
so, where do I start?
I will reach out my hand to you Lord,
for I know I will find you standing there;
Maybe the answers I seek today,
can be found only through
deep meditation and silent prayer.
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