Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, GOD'S BOOK, by EDGAR DANIEL KRAMER



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First Line: God spreads a book before my eyes
Last Line: Of trees and brooks and fragrant sod.
Subject(s): Books; God; Reading


God spreads a book before my eyes,
As I go tramping hill and dell,
And oh, my heart is made most wise
By what His wind-blown pages tell.

Though men declare I am a clown,
Whose dreams have made him worse than fey,
The while I wander up and down,
I give no heed to what they say.

I turn me from their foolish words
To read the kindliness of God
Within His book of singing birds,
Of trees and brooks and fragrant sod.





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