A thousand voices screaming at me
to meet their demands
to move faster than I was able
I became a restless soul.
A thousand times I was tempted
to throw up my hands
to give up all hope
to lay down and die.
A thousand nights of silence
engulfed my soul
forced me to kneel
to pray beside my bed.
A thought like sun’s brightness
flooded my soul
He spoke gently in my ear,
“Be still and know I am God.”
KP Yohannan. “Be Still and Know.” Dance Not for Time. GFA Books, 2013, p. 237.
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A Lovely poem that pierces heart.