My Mother called to ask me if I could remember how this verse (which the minister in the church I grew up in used during Communion) went. I couldn't remember exactly, but found this on the web:
Be gentle when you touch bread
Let it not lie uncared for--unwanted
So often bread is taken for granted
There is so much beauty in bread
Beauty of sun and soil, beauty of honest toil
Winds and rain have caressed it,
Christ often blessed it
Be gentle when you touch bread.
One place I found it attributed it to David Adam, which (from his Wikipedia entry) seems pretty probable--http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Adam
but I'd like to confirm. Anyone know if it is his?