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GOD IN A GARDEN, by            
First Line: I made a bit of a garden
Last Line: God walks where gardens grow.
Subject(s): Gardens & Gardening

I made a bit of a garden,
A rose and a daffodil,
A pool to reflect the cloud drifts
Where I could sit so still,
A fern and some deep blue larkspur,
And God walked by my rill.

I planted some white columbine,
A pansy face, heartsease,
To give me comfort when I'm sad,
Hollyhocks for the bees;
And when I'd finished gardening,
God moved among my trees.

I planted lilies, purple, gold,
And tulips row on row;
I gathered violets and moss
To live where lilacs blow;
I planted flowers, and I found
God walks where gardens grow.

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