Blue Again

County Antrim, Ireland

Waves crash in, then water pulled back to sea

The fury spent upon the sand, the grains absorb the weight

Darkened clouds roll furiously and fast across the sky

But pass in time to leave the blue again

Emotions strong and sad and furious roll in and crash

But they roll out again

They do not last

They will pass

Life will be blue again

The Son, the Light, the Hope will come

c 2020 Lisa Lyons

Thinking this morning a lot about emotions and grief. They come in waves, in moments, in phases. But one thing for sure, they will pass. Things usually feel better in the morning, or the next day, or the day after that. I am so thankful that God has put nature all around us so that we can see these things in action. Storms come, storms go. Dark clouds cannot hurt me. They will pass. The worst of ocean waves will give way to calm, smooth seas eventually. And Jesus is here to help us through all of these times. Love, Lisa

“He stilled the storm to a whisper, the waves of the sea were hushed. They were glad when it grew calm, and He guided them to their desired haven.” – Psalm 107:29-30

5 thoughts on “Blue Again

  1. L9vely. I knew your dad in East Mountain. You both do lovely poetry.

    Blessings are Merry Christmas

    Debbie McGill

    On Mon, Dec 14, 2020, 9:17 AM Think About These Things wrote:

    > lyonsroarforgod posted: ” County Antrim, Ireland Waves crash in, then > water pulled back to sea The fury spent upon the sand, the grains absorb > the weight Darkened clouds roll furiously and fast across the sky But pass > in time to leave the blue again Emotions strong” >

    • Hi Debbie! Thank you so much! I live in Virginia, so I think it is a different Lyons family you knew. But thank you so much for writing!!😊

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