Shekinah Glory


A Poem I Wrote Yesterday
April 11, 2008, 12:53 pm
Filed under: Beauty, Children, Poetry, writing

Popping up you declare,
“Daddy it’s foggy outside!”
and in your moment of wonder
I wish that I could shrink every
Emotion, interaction and judgment.
Now I know what has been missing
All these bleak and cold months,
It is being sung amongst returning birds
Who are as bewildered as we
By this thick, white cloud.
Entering it we pretend that we walk
Amongst the clouds and that we
Might almost hear the divine’s voice.

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2 Comments so far
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I love having glimpses of you and those close to you. Keep up this good work!

Comment by specialgathering

by the way do everyone a favor and don’t post any poems you may have written about your mother-in-law.

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