Greatest Wonders of This World ( a poem of inspiration)
Of all our human senses so gifted by our benefactor, His heavenly benevolence,
That of the visual capability, every beloved child to gain, this of is beneficence.
Blessed children, born of the mothers of earth, rewarded each, in their reverence,
The majesty, the brilliance in this fine granting of their sight, of such an elegance.
The generosity of god is so graciously shown in our hearing of each wondrous sound,
As vibrant music, compositions are presented, receptive minds to escape every bound.
Precious chirping of wild birds, their numbers immense, varied orchestrations astound,
Perfect communication, our spoken words, this to enhance our lives, in works profound.
The gifting of touch, that most human need, to reassure us, physical sanctuary,
Confirmation of a thing's existence, to have and to hold, to seem so necessary.
The comfort to every mother's child, of caring and loving, by the gentle touch,
A commitment of love shared by man and wife, the embrace to mean so much.
Senses of smell, the wafting of most fine scents on a warm summer evenings air,
The aroma of delicious foods so baked, in those welcoming homes for all to share.
The fondest odors of the good earth, the green foliage adorning its fields so fair,
Purest fragrances of beautiful flowers, so rare, reminds us of his love and care.
The refined human capacity in the senses of taste, the distinction of flavors,
The fine variety of the spices in life, of the generous foods, all to be savored.
The salty discerning of waters in the sea, the perceiving of sugary sweetness,
The distinguishing of a variety of tasty dishes, our noticing of its discreteness.
These, our senses all given by our most powerful god, and one greatest creator,
His intelligence far outshines even the brightest stars, our deliverer, and innovator.
We, in his likeness, are formed, all to be made in his grandest loving reflection.
Each placed upon this mothering earth, our humanity, a most brilliant presentation.
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