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The Lonely God

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So Eden was deserted, and at eve
Into the quiet place God came to grieve.
His face was sad, His hands hung slackly down
Along his robe; too sorrowful to frown
He paced along the grassy paths and through
The silent trees, and where the flowers grew
Tended by Adam. All the birds had gone
Out to the world, and singing was not one
To cheer the lonely God out of His grief --
The silence broken only when a leaf
Tapt lightly on a leaf, or when the wind,
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Ruth Chipperfield 15 June 2018
Oh, the language is majestic, rich with music and colour, making fantasy pictures. The 'theology' is highly imaginative nonsense! I'm so glad to have discovered it.
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Jasmine Munns 12 March 2008
this is a really interesting poem not something that you come across everyday the topic is really meaningful. i really like this poem! =]
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