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Where peaceful waters flow

- by Keith Burroughs 59

The clouds break forth the streams of light
To dance upon the earth,
And cradled in the sands of time,
Comes a newborn babies'' birth.
A gentle breeze blows through the night,
It whispers through the grass,
And ripples on the water form
As rain glistens on the glass.

And you listen to the sound,
The Lords' presence all around.
He summons us to go
Where peaceful waters flow.

A rainbow arcs across the sky,
A promise is displayed.
The graceful flight of a butterfly,
It takes my breath away.
The autumn leaves in their splendor
Fall gracefully to the earth,
And stars proclaim their song at night,
What is their beauty worth?

And you listen to the sound,
The Lords' presence all around.
He summons us to go
Where peaceful waters flow.

Tall pine

- by David Hoffmann 58

Upon her crystal shores... waves of shimmering light.
Part of a larger symphony near water's edge.
Under tall pine a leaf gently spirals to the ground.
A small note... unheard by most. A piece of that song.

A myriad of light from so far away... but really not so far.
A glimmer highlights the base of tall pine.
Blending with the fallen leaf's song.
A neighbor's melody of change.

A different forest. A new time.
Within the sounds... a symphony.
Within the rhythm... a remembrance.
A note heard by those who choose to listen.

Touched by a myriad of lights.
Reflecting upon a small leaf.
Sounds blending under tall pine.
Dancing around a tree... upon crystal shores.

Copyright 2008 David Hoffmann
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