Questions And Answers

Poem By Ruth C. Webb

God, are you ever lonely?
Father, are you sometimes sad?
Do you wish you
Touch a heart and make it glad?
Dear God, do you ever weep?
Father, do you sometimes fret?
Do you sigh really deep
When you seek and do not get?
Dear God, how much can you give?
Father, how much can you take?
How many years can you live
With no love for Your Own Sake?
Dear child, now I am not lonely,
Daughter, I can never be sad,
For if you, and you only,
Seek my love, and I will be glad.

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