“I Sway Bewildered, Lost, and Found Again There”, by Linda Willows (reborn, God’s Glory, See Jesus)

Watching Glory take the sun after another day done,
I sink into rocking chair swaying deeply to horizon.
The sky waves to shades of rose, blue and purple hue
like the palette of God marking all with adieu.

I gaze to the hills as a hush beckons twilight,
worlds of soft mystery tiptoe towards the night.
Lavender shadows awaken sweet senses alive.
Reborn in night breezes,  my heart rests revived.

Rocking to and fro, in my viewing porch chair;
I sway bewildered, lost and found again there.

©2012 Linda Willows

 
 
 

11 thoughts on ““I Sway Bewildered, Lost, and Found Again There”, by Linda Willows (reborn, God’s Glory, See Jesus)

  1. Lovely words, dear friend. I was sitting right there in the porch chair seeing this beautiful view right with you … feeling your words, and loving the peace they brought me. ~ Love, Julie xox

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  2. Linda, this is beyond words!! I, too, was there on the porch–I swear I could feel and smell the air. So, so beautiful–great work.

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  3. I have often felt this way, gently swaying in my porch swing facing the west and the sunset and then dusk, then mists sometimes! I disappear and reappear to myself, as the Spirit floats me around at will!

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  4. Wow, I justed found myself there with you and lost in the moment, too….We live in a beautiful country area, and ever since we moved here last year, I have been deeply touched and inspired….such breathtaking beauty and reverent awe all around….I am always outside for a while at night, lost in the shadows and sky….loved the poem, I share the same love and intimacy with nature….thank you….
    much love
    Celeste

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