"Where is God?"
Infidelity, Theology of Nature, Piety
The poem is prefaced by the comment: 'An atheist once said to me, "Where is your God, show him to me, and I will believe". On Returning home the following lines suggested themselves'. The poem directs the infidel to see God in nature and, in the final stanza, to find him in prayer.
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