Carolyn Sears

Rookie (March 30-1950 / Magnolia, Arkansas)

Don'T Leave Me In The Storm - Poem by Carolyn Sears

Everyday I awake its like a fresh
New beginning,
For I could have been still lying
Between the walls of darkness

All thou there once was a time
I thought I would have been
I give God his praise for he softly
Brushed my eyes

And brought forth a beautiful new
He reform my heart to a better me..
When I wanted to say just let me
Away from all the cold cruel

Only looking for
A way to rob, kill and take away
Your Shining beacon of light

But in the end,
They will meet their redemption
“Rather its good are Maybe Bad”
They weaken my spirit, but God
Healed it again.

I something time ask, why couldn’t
I have had a mansion?
But than I thought, I ask God for a
Cute little house
It didn’t need to a big one

So am sorry father, you granted my
Need without any delay
I complaint I needed some of this
And some of that!
I fell to see you gave me a mountain
Any one can see.

I thought well Lord why is that?
Everyone have someone to love
Them except me...
He did respond and told me this
Your husband was tried he needed
Some rest..

It was time for him to spread his
But, you have me unconditionally
And your husband too..
Here and eternity

He will be there when you get
I still complaint, “am so cold Lord'
Whats a body to do?
But he gave me his wings to warm
My soul

'And said'
You see, am here for you
I still complaint on everyday woes
He only smiled and said,
“I’ve got your back..

Just have a bit of faith
“I want leave you in turbulent

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, May 2, 2011

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