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Poems of Trust, Hope and Love

Music In The Wind

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Where Are The Songs?

Where are the songs that ring into the night
Where children play and do not flee in fright
Where families and friends stay faithful to one another
Where your friend becomes closer than a brother

Make a plan to choose what is right
living under God's never ending sight
Where man is the same in favor and grace
Each one as important and occupies a space

In the Lord's heart there is plenty of love
He will keep us hand in glove
Till we meet Him in glory abounding
where the trumpets are all a sounding

So make time for the Father of Fathers
For it is He who calls us
And He who gathers!

Beauty Of Mountains And Plains

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Above The Plains

Above the plains
Above the clouds
Along the beaches
My heart loves

Beyond the chaos
Beneath the dust
there my heart
Turns to God in trust.

Out of water
Out of love
out of everything
Then in comes Father God, hand in glove!


The Beach And it's Beauty

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Comments

Diana Carol Abrahamson (author) from Somerset West on April 08, 2020:

We really need something positive in amongst the doom and gloom around us, in the news on all sides. God Bess.

BRENDA ARLEDGE from Washington Court House on April 08, 2020:

Wonderful work on trusting God.

Definitely something needed at all times but especially right now.

Thanks for sharing.

Diana Carol Abrahamson (author) from Somerset West on April 05, 2020:

Thanks Peggy. In times of stress we need to be encouraged and our minds eased.

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on April 04, 2020:

What beautiful thoughts in a poetic form you shared with us. This is just what we need right now in these perilous times of uncertainty. God bless you!

Diana Carol Abrahamson (author) from Somerset West on April 04, 2020:

Thanks John. Yes one needs some inspiration, in times of great stress around us, on all sides.

John Hansen from Queensland Australia on April 04, 2020:

Inspirational poems, especially in these troubling times. Thank you for sharing Diana.