The Storm of Life

poem by: Denise Collier
Written on Jan 18, 2017

The storm was drawing near.
Thunder, I would here.
No place to run and hide.
Fear told me I would die.

I stood and faced my fate.
Accepting, I did wait.
The wind was picking up.
I braced for what would come.

My heart was beating fast.
A prayer, I thought my last.
Confessing sins I've done.
The weight of them now gone.

I looked up to the sky.
My God, He heard my cry.
"Peace. Be still," He said.
My new life I would live.


Tags: rhyme, faith, deep, encouraging, hope,


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