Thank You for the white grass dipped in moonlight, the invisible feet that pass— the feathered owls of the air with their 180-degree stares. Thank You for the sounds I cannot hear— the music of the spheres, the underground rivers, and the things You in Your wisdom mark— the diameter of praise for joy-filled days.
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