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The Lord's Love For Me - A poem of recognition of God's love

Updated on February 17, 2012

Lord I know your love for me.

I see it each and every day.

I know I often fail to recognize

And appreciate your love, but

Its in the wind.

Its gentle caress on my skin.

The song it sings to me.

Its comforting enveloping embrace.

Your love for me is in the wind. And

Its in the sun.

Its wide arms reach out for me.

Plays upon my head

And warms my heart.

It brightens my day

And gives me hope for tomorrow.

Your love for me is in the sun.

Oh how we often take your gifts for granted
Oh how we often take your gifts for granted

Its in the grass.

Humming as it dances with me.

Tall and majestic and low and sincere.

It sustains life you place near.

Giving though it knows

I soon might go.

Your love for me is in the grass.

Its in the rain.

Tears of joy.

Tears of love.

Its cleansing generosity.

In each drop an encouraging word,

Encouraging me not to lose hope.

For though its dark and gloomy,

The sun will shine again.

Your love for me is in the rain.

Its in the moon.

Each night smiling down at me.

Singing its sweet lullaby,

'Sweet darling, time to sleep.

Time to rest your weary head.

You've done enough today.

Sleep, I'll take the pain away.'

Your love for me is in the moon.

A perfect coffee rose :))
A perfect coffee rose :))

Your love for me

Oh Lord, oh God,

Is everywhere I go,

In everything you say and do.

Your love for me is true.

Thank you Lord for loving me

Despite the things I do.

Teach me please

Oh Lord, oh God

To love the way you do.


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      Loi-Renee 6 years ago from Jamaica

      Thank you. :)

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      Cindy Murdoch 6 years ago from Texas

      This was a very nice poem. I liked how you repeated the words at the beginning and end of some of the stanzas