Poem By Paul Brookes

wonder is,
oh yes wonder is,
oh yes wonder is everywhere.

there in every soul,
there in the world.
in a desert in a sea
in a flower in a bee.

there in a leaf
a stone and under it,
in a grain of sand,
in a star,

wonder near and wonder far.
all the wonder,
yes all the wonder in
all the wonder in the world
and yet most people walk around with their eyes closed
and I wonder why?

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