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THE STORM — November 21, 2010 by Cassidy Webb

Posted in INSPIRATIONAL POEMS ~ SPIRITUAL SATURDAY by doloresayotte on November 21, 2010
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INSPIRATIONAL POEMS

 

 

 

 

 

There is no thunder, no lightening, nothing quite that frightening,

and yet I know the storm is coming.

There is no rain and no lit up skies, no children with their innocent cries

and still I know the storm is coming.

Clouds grow darker and still I see the sun.

The storm I speak of won’t be found outside.

It comes to the place where we all hide.

It fills us with light,

dark sound deafening our ears and flooding the ground.

It swirls around us.

We must decide to fight that current or float away and die.

Is it raining in your world? Are your skies black with pain?

Will you fight against that current or float away in the rain?

 

Thank you Cassidy for sharing such an inspirational poem with us.  To learn more about Cassidy please visit her at:

 http://twistedwebb.blogspot.com 

http://webbweaver.net

 

 
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  1. Love this poem. Great job! Blessings, Barb

  2. hope_rising said,

    what a beautiful poem. I just love it

    The storm I speak of won’t be found outside.
    It comes to the place where we all hide.

    I love that line … I just really relate to that imagery.

    and you are right, we have to stay and fight the current … you just can’t let yourself wash away ….

    thanks for sharing


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