(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope in being lulled in Your Love, God, through Jesus Christ, Your Son and my Savior, this daily leavened [Jesus Rises!} bread.”)
You’re a baby needing a lull to sleep.
You’re awake in your worries, deep in thought.
God’s Love will lull you deep, and you will reap
love you sow wide awake, not bedtime fraught.
I’m a child of God, not adult at all.
I’m rocked and lulled asleep in Father’s Arms.
When sleep is over, God says, “My child, crawl
but don’t brawl, love but don’t sound hate alarms.”
“God’s Love will lull with words: Peace be with you,”
says Jesus. “To everyone, speak these words.
These ones are ALL My Father’s Children who
I lull in Love. Hating ones? Love backwards!’
Waking up or going to sleep is dull
if we’re forgetting that God’s Love will lull.