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Monday, 3 August 2009

if I should



if I should fall
will you catch me
before I hit the ground?
and if I should hit the ground
will you ensure
that there isn't too much breakage?
and if I should break into a hundred pieces
will you gather up the splinters
and hold them to your heart?

if I should stumble
into an unknown territory
will you give me a light to lead me?
and if it all goes black
and I cannot see
will you hold onto my hand?
and if I feel alone
and cannot sense your presence
will you love me, weep for me,
die for me?

yes.

7 comments:

Lisa said...

Just what my heart needed today ...thanks.

Lora said...

thank you for this. love it, needed it.

mum of critters said...

love it!

Abigail Kraft said...

BEAUTIFUL! You're right...I'm always asking God if He will be there for me in the darkest of times--and no matter what, the answer to that question will always be YES! What a fantastic truth!

Thanks for sharing! I'm sorry I had to shut down Monthly Monday Poetry...but like I said, anytime you write any poetry, I would absolutely LOVE it if you would leave a comment and let me know! I adore poetry. :)

Thanks for writing this. Very encouraging and relatable.

Love,
--Abigail

Get Real Girl said...

Absolutely beautiful. Stopping by from Lynette's blog to meet you. Can't wait to look around a bit.

Lynnette Kraft said...

Now here's a familiar place. :) Hi Lucy!

I don't know how you poetry writers do it. I'm no good at it. Your poems are always beautiful. I heard the ending to you poem. I loved the ending to your poem, Yes. Isn't that a comfort to know?

Have a beautiful day and thanks for linking up!
Love,
Lynnette
Dancing Barefoot on Weathered Ground

Sheryl said...

oh i love this! in my head i know that God will be there for me but my heart still cries out!

hope you are feeling just a little better.

"The desperate need today is not for a greater number of intelligent people, or gifted people, but for deep people."- Richard Foster