Imagination


I look out past the ocean waves,
Through a billion stars in the sky.
Past a thousand trees in the wilderness,
Anything proves hard to find.

If you look into a frozen snowflake,
Five, ten, or twenty?
Would you see the divine hand of God,
Or coincidences many?

Sometimes I wish I could fly away,
Past the stars, moon, and sun.
But I know deep inside, that if I could,
I would find my way home again.

You could watch a spider weave it's web,
Or a bird build it's nest.
But if you tried to duplicate them
You would fail, at best.

I know I am nobody special at all,
Just a girl with inspiration.
But if you follow God you would see,
Anything in your imagination.

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