Frank McEleny


Psalm 126 - Poem by Frank McEleny

The rains that fall from heaven
Fall down upon our face
And the dawn is surely coming
Yet in the darkness we embrace

Perhaps you've never seen the dawn
Yet in your heart you know it's true
That beyond the edge of all you know
There is a sky that's ever blue

To plough the field of perpetual winter
For a harvest never seen before
Is to walk in darkness without stumbling
Is to open up a heavenly door

What lies beyond, no one can see
But through the door there is no fears
This is a place where seeds are found
They are for those who sow in tears

And with these seeds and with our tears
We'll plough the fields until the end
With weeping hearts the tears are watered
And then the harvest God will send

Then all our tears are wiped away
Our hearts are filled with laughter
We now embrace perpetual dawn
And blue skies ever after


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 13, 2012



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