rehanayakoob yakoob

Rookie (18-1-1947 / london)

As i look beyond the window New York Winters

As i looked beyond the window
A beautiful morning dawns ahead
The grey sky with a pinkish tinge
Gives a message to live today

The tall trees standing upright
The winters cold could do no harm
The branches with bare leaves
Colors all withdrawn

A cute little squirrel runs on th trees
As if to say
I am with you to share
The long winters that you bear

The cold shivers and the windy blows
the trees have lost all the glow
Yet they stand so strong upright
As if to say

No matter how strong the blows
No matter how the weathers change
times have come and times will go
God has promised you as so

Faith in God and love for him
Gives a man strength to live
The strength to be firm and strong
To stand upright in weathers all

May it be spring or autumn fall
I look at the trees and think again
Wish we would learn to gain

Times have come and times will go
God has promised you as so

Submitted: Friday, November 13, 2009

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