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With the Breeze

Posted on Saturday, June 16th, 2007 under Writings | No comments

In the rushing wind and gentle breeze,
you speak to me, O Lord.

At the rustle of the autumn leaves,
I know you are with me.

In the bathing warm of sunlight,
I feel your watch over me.

Your presence gives me calm
and I am free.

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