Kimbaline Navas (she who waits)
This Too Shall Pass - Poem by Kimbaline Navas (she who waits)
I awakened this morning to a day filled with despair;
the tears that fell were all too much there.
A voice came about and this is what was said, “ this too shall pass.” This feeling that I felt woke my inner self to know that it does not matter what I am going through today, tomorrow is always a brand new day.
“This too shall pass” lingers on in my mind it matters not that I could not see the beauty of the forest through all the trees.
I knew that “this too shall pass” and when I opened my eyes it was just as the voice said it would be.
When your days feel long and your heart feels heavy, put down your problems, your troubles and your broken heart from yesterday and live for today for “this too shall pass.”
It was once said that “God never puts more on your plate than what you can carry, ” but it is up to you to allow Him to do His work.
Leave it at His feet and walk away- you will not see it again the next day. So when times get hard, as you know they do, when your broken heart needs mending, keep this thought like new
“this too shall pass.”
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