Melvina Germain

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Soul Comfort (Dedicated To Connie Mcteer) - Poem by Melvina Germain

An intense morning begins with shards of
emotional blues. It’s difficult to fathom the
sting as I sit here pondering, but life has it’s
ups and downs and today like yesterday I’m
smothered in dark terrain.

Yes the harshness of life is thick, such a great
load to bear. While my mind ponders on life’s
abundant and intrusive woes, the river of pain
within me wanes slowly as a trickle of light shines
to hidden valleys below.

Diligently trying to take new steps allowing
wellness to paint my mind, knowing my Father
in heaven leaves no child of his behind. Through
murky waters He takes my hand and leads me
to that light, hence the dark storms of yesterday
I no longer have to fight.

As I pull on that golden rope and feel God’s
Blessings covering me, my strength rises
high while my eyes open to truly see. Life’s
sonorous sound of thunder is the blast I longed
to hear. Ahh let my laughter join a symphony
in my Father’s glorious air.

No doubt God’s intervention has a halcyon
effect upon my soul. I find myself rejoicing
as many Blessings begin to unfold. The
rainbows of my years abundantly visit the
landscape of my mind and the sapphire of
multiple Blessings shines from the great

Written by: MelvinaGermain
Date: Aug.5/2014

Topic(s) of this poem: spiritual

Form: Prose Poem

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Poem Submitted: Friday, September 18, 2015

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