Climbing My Family Tree

Written by Susan Anderson on . Posted in Children's Poems, LDS (Mormon) Poems, Life Lessons Poems, Nature Poems

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©2011 Susan Noyes Anderson (poem only)

When life is less than kind to me,

I climb right up my family tree.

Stout branches turn to arms of grace

and lift me to a lofty place.

As brightness shines through every leaf,

my sunlit soul finds sweet relief.

Their foliage enfolds my heart

and shelters every sacred part.

Embraced, protected, raised by love,

I like the view from up above.

And oh, how clearly I can see,

high in the nest of my family tree.

My greatest joy comes from my family.
Because of them, I plant my roots deep.
And that makes me strong.

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