Blind Fulfillment

October 15, 2007 § 1 Comment

Peering out my window pane,
I caught a glimpse strike in the midst of rain;
Thereafter, I heard the thunder pound,
only to hear shortly no sound.
The storm still furied about;
but, it was my mind—heart that shut it out.
I soon vision to be in a far away place.
I left the spot where I stood, without a trace.
I was set free
in a place where I’ve always wanted to be.
I gathered in the meadows, hope-
to hold me fest at the end of my rope.
I further reached for the skies, to dry a single tear-
for the future, I mustn’t fear.
Finally, I strolled along the shore
to capture something more…
Just then, I was startled from a tap behind.
It was a friend who was concerned, so kind.
I glanced once again out my window pane
and saw the sun had cleared the pouring rain.
I asked God, “What is it I want more?”
Perhaps, all along it was He who I was looking for.


© Sonya Rose

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§ One Response to Blind Fulfillment

  • philosophyoflife says:

    So beautiful a descriptive poem – and with such affection in words that have meaning.

    Your delightful poetry is always captivating to the mind.

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