God’s Tree


God’s Tree

All of heaven reaches your branches; all of the earth beside your depths,
I pray beside your deep green wonder, like a child of innocent heart’s bend.
The grass beneath is warm and soft, a nest to hold the wandering guest
that we might rest our tender souls in the arms of a tree that God did tend.

Oh, keep me near the bend of a tree;
wrapped close in its fold, held dearly to me.
The substance of love reaches to hold
my own heart in a safe, sweet grasp so bold,

Pray keep me in these arms so tenderly.
I am sheltered, caressed and held by a tree.

Linda Willows

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5 thoughts on “God’s Tree

  1. The first line is my favorite! It’s beuatifully crafted!! Well done on this! 🙂

    I wrote some poems with quite similar topic. You may want to read “Whirling Towards the Divinity” and “She Surrendered to the Transcend”. Your visit would certainly be a pleasure for us.. 🙂

    Warm regards from Down Under,

    Subhan Zein

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    1. Thank you, I read “Whirling Towards the Divinity”. It is absolutely magnificent. You have such talent and immersion when you write. I loved it. You are a very special and gifted writer. Warm Regards, Linda Willows

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      1. Hi Linda,

        Thank you very much for your wonderful comment! I am sure it’s a reflection of your wonderful personality.. I’m happy that you liked my poem.. 🙂 I hope you consider following my blog.. 🙂

        Warm regards,

        Subhan Zein

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