Steve Gregory

Rookie - 110 Points (20/11/1958)



Do you hear it?
The noise of calamity?
The noise of creations demise?
The still small voice
Or can you only hear the storm?
The thunderous roar
The crowds call
The crashing trees
The heaving seas?
Stop! Listen!
The still small voice
The heaving seas
The crashing trees
The crowds call
The thunderous roar
Know< br>The crashing, heaving, thunderous roar
Of Creation
That I AM
Thundering, heaving, crashing
Be Silent
For the still small
Be still
And know

Submitted: Monday, July 15, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 16, 2013
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This poem came in a dream! I had been reading Psalm 46 and verse 10 says 'Be stilland know that I am God...' and I guess that inspired me to write this....

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