Liza Sud

The Heart Trembles - Poem by Liza Sud

The heart trembles when it speaks the truth.
under your cloak the bouquets of roses are hiding.
you will not betray me, say honesty - is that true? -
child is afraid of your words when a child is asking.

The heart trembles when it speaks the truth.
when you are small - it is easy to fear people,
but when you grow up - people are commonplace
and are all the same in a long days streaming.

Soon you fear God. He has reason. much more of an interest.
In this fear, what's more - saint is - a dead end.
Then you see a person - as if an octopus.
a lot of mistakes. and only in heaven - a living well.

Topic(s) of this poem: truth

Comments about The Heart Trembles by Liza Sud

  • Daniel Brick (3/2/2016 11:15:00 AM)

    The commentator before me Dr. Tony concluded with a golden line: I am always fascinated to see how you love God. I agree! I like the second line Under your cloak bouquets of roses are hiding but it seems to indicate you have doubts about someone who hides this beauty. Is it a fear they may be hiding other things? The LONG DAY'S STREAMING makes you aware of the uncertainty regarding people and your fear of harm. But you put your faith
    in God, and the trembling heart is reassured. In the Qur'an Abraham asks God to bring a dead bird back to Life. TO REASSURE MY HEART, LORD, he says to Allah. And the bird flies away. Isn't that a sweet story? !
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  • Dr.tony Brahmin (10/9/2015 10:27:00 AM)

    The heart trembles when it speaks the truth.
    the fear of God that comes from childhood experiences. God is loving. God cares.
    God is always with you. God guides and guards you. God is love and love alone. no fear. no trembling before God.
    i am always fascinated to see how you love God. thank you Liza |
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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 28, 2015

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