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God's Warmth
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By Laurie Ragan Jenkins
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Godís Warmth



The golden sunflower


Had many brown specks


Upon its wilted downcast face


Turn, little sunflower, turn


Embrace Godís love, feel His warmth


Become Godís unique flower, turn


But tiny sunflower refused at first


The brown specks rapidly blew


In the cruel breeze of death


The eye did blink, years gone


The wilted sunflower began to turn


Longingly to feel golden, once more


Godís warmth appeared as a Cross


The many brown specks carried away


The sunflower turned golden that day


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Submitted: Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Last Updated: Wednesday, January 18, 2012

About the Poet
In Memoriam Wife, mother, homeschool teacher, Christian poet, happy being a child of God. Born and raised in rural North Carolina. Love animals of all kinds. Enjoy photography, crocheting, making things to share.


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