Astronomy Picture of the Day

Sunday, December 4, 2011

Sun Day

Sun Day
The sun is coming,
must have faith,
it does this every day.

First so dark,
Then just a glimmer,
Then full on,
Oh Here it comes.

And I anger
at life's bumps
and bruises,
and where we are,
how did we get here,
why do we not have more.

And I look at what
I saw as nothing,
and I see
we really have it all.

Love and food,
supporting partners,
caring people
all around.

And as people
shock or hate me
Or wonder who I
really am,

I have to keep here
on my pathway,
lit by sunshine
even in the rain.

Have faith that you are
Where you are supposed to be
and if it is a trial,
look for the pearl.

And if you wanted
more than you have now,
remember someone else
has only faith.

And if you lost
the faith of living
may you have another sun.

think it over,
reconsider,
may you see
the sun again.


this is part of the psalms challenge
my sunday school...thanks to robert's weekly Psalms Challenge http://tagein-tagaus-athen.blogspot.com/ and dina http://jerusalemhillsdailyphoto.blogspot.com/ for helping me try to
understand the words...keep the faith...mary

6 comments:

  1. Shalom Mary. Thank YOU for teaching me something I needed through this psalm of yours.
    Like in the Hebrew original of Tehillim, the Psalms, your words are normal words, your lines are concise, things are short and to the point -- and yet they speak deep wisdom and sound beautiful to the ear.

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  2. Your personal (translation?) of the psalm here is very moving. Thank you for sharing!

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  3. Your poem, created word picture in my mind, to see more deeply the meaning!

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  4. Thanks for the kind comments! Have a great day! mary

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  5. wow !


    The last lines are indeed incredible moving and thoughful. Am very grateful for this lesson.

    Thank you very much for your kind participation; please have a good new week ahead and please join again soon.

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