Great Pieces of Poetry Reading
God's Rainy Lullaby
Pitter pat, droplets fall
on my window pane
Soft and warm you speak to me
My cozy friend "the rain"
I smell the must-like odor
as you touch the ground
You make me feel so peaceful
that rhythymic rainy sound
When our savior calls on me
and surely I must die
I pray I hear my favorite sound
"God's rainy lullaby"...
I'd like to tell you how I feel
Our loving God is hope to heal
When life is tough and throws a curve
Do not fret, as God will serve
Life goes on in-spite of strife
We'll grow in wisdom in this life
Even when you lose a fight
God is there to make it right
God Love's You
He knows every hair on your head
So live in joy, let go of dread
Put your hopeless thoughts at bay
and thank the Lord for each new day
Go forth with hope, for God is here
When you live in faith, there is no fear
© 2010 Linda Rogers
The lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.— Psalm 23 of David
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© 2010 Linda Rogers
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