Men may speak and men may fail.
Secret sessions, two-faced friends,
Few beginnings, many ends.
Trapped 'til you could scream and shout--
You may stranded feel to be.
Light and hope you may not see.
Groping, grasping, seeking light--
What is wrong and what is right?
Wait in silence, heart; be still!
Cast yourself on Heaven's will.
Trust in God, O fearful heart.
He your path of life will chart.
Do not fear the tangled way;
Cling to Him, for He is Day.
Better than to trust in man
Is to trust the Master's plan!
Look, therefore, unto the hills--
Fearful, lonely hearts He stills.
P.S. I hope the overload of poetry isn't tiring to my readers. Some time back, I was writing poetry very frequently (before I started this blog) and then, for some reason, went through a "dry" time where I just wasn't "feeling the rythm" ;-) ) Recently, however, as I again find material things unstable and am ever needing to cling more to the Lord, He has been filling me heart with rhyme again, giving me songs that stem from the root of life's circumstances and spiritual relationship. So I wanted to share it with you. Personally, I often find it easier to share my heart in verse rather than in prose. May you be encouraged to read it as I have been to write it.