"Dear Friend, All creation and all of life, every aspect of it, sings a song. Some songs are glad, some sad. All invite us to meet the Singer! May you find Him in these pages." Song of Creation is a book of poetry that is accessible to the average reader, perhaps even to one who does not normally read poetry. The subjects of the poems are varied, including the revelation of God in nature and relationships, life observations, tributes to good people who have passed, and a little humor. There is a chapter devoted to the poetry of the author's mother, who is also a published poet. Poetic reflections from the author's mission travels to Eastern Europe are included. Many different poetic forms are evident, including some free verse and the simple Japanese art form, haiku. Though the book gives an intimate, transparent glimpse into the author's personal and family life, there is much that perhaps mirrors your own experience.