Poem – May You Find…

 

Hello there! Another week has passed and here I am with another poem. πŸ™‚ Life has settled into a new routine rather quickly – a rather strange, but very common reality in my life right now. I’m learning not to hold onto things too tightly, and rather live grateful for the moments I’m given each day. It’s not the easiest of lessons to learn, and my heart is often restless. But I know that I have a good, good God teaching me these things and so I continue to cling to that truth.

In the meantime, I am learning to choose to see the good amidst the more bitter things in life. These past few months have been anything but easy, but I have found that looking for the goodness amongst the hard parts make life much sweeter. This poem reflects this lesson I’ve been learning… πŸ™‚

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I pray you find the silver in the storm,

the song within the thunder,

the light blooming from lightening.

 

May you find the magic in the mist,

the wonder within the wandering,

the promise that lies in this unknown.

 

I pray you find the diamonds in the darkness,

the heart within these caverns,

refreshment in the unplumbed depths.

 

May you find laughter mingled with the tears,

light in all its bright tenacity,

hope overflowing when all seems lost.

 

I pray that you find all this –

and so much more.

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I hope this poem warmed your heart today. πŸ™‚

I’d love to hear from you in the comments! Let me know how you’re doing with life right now and what good things you’re finding amidst the crazy.Β 

2 thoughts on “Poem – May You Find…

  1. It sure did, Hannah β€” it brought tears to my eyes. You can be thankful you are learning to lean on God, and hold things lightly at this point in your life. It’s taken me years to reach that point!😏

    Blessings on your week. And, oh β€” I hope you are keeping your poems in a safe place, right?

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  2. Wonderful wish/hope/prayer for one another, Hannah. You give the idea to “seek and you will find”, in the storms, lightening, mist (unclear circumstances), wanderings, darkness, unplumbed depths, etc., God’s blessings, promises, light, and encouragement. Like how you used alliteration in some of the phrases too! Keep enjoying writing this summer!

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