Meaning of Life Poem
In this Meaning of Life Poem, we seek love in seeking friends, hand in hand and heart in heart, a long human-divine journey.
Climbing unimagined height,
Cold, relentless wind does bite.
Family clan, broken shell,
Seeking love in seeking friend,
Truth doesn’t bend.
Clamoring gong, attention now,
Sweet good nature the Earth does plow.
Treelines fall, alone on high.
The valley spread in glory, sigh.
Hand in hand, heart to heart,
Living, serving, company apart.
God in majesty does hand outreach,
Holding faith, experience teach.
A. K. Frailey is the author of 17 books, a teacher for 35 years, and a homeschooling mother of 8.
Make the most of life’s journey.
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