I hope you are having a great week and feeling a sense of joy and wonder at the imminence of the winter season. But in case you are not, I thought I would share a poem I wrote as I spent time with Jesus a few nights ago.
Falling winter has set in
All brightness and color have gone dim
Daylight has been limited
It’s time for darkness to win
Warmth and brightness have gone away
Shrouded by dullness and grey
Cold and damp have taken the floor
With many monotone things to say
Feelings of drifting and sinking
Mingled with losing and leaving
The weary heart keeps pulling
The mind into dark grieving
Or maybe it’s the racing mind’s heavy thoughts
Causing the heart a great peeving
Jesus, please be there when I reach the bottom
Please be there when I’m at the bottom
I hope you find some time today to be alone and quiet before your Maker so He can show you what is in your heart and show you the beauty that is in His.
If you would like to read another poem written by a person feeling not-so-happy type feelings, check out Jonah 2.
We will be continuing our study in Jonah this Sunday. Please join us and bring someone you know that may be feeling a bit down these days.