Thursday, October 13, 2011

Rain Fall

I’m scared of the thunder

I’m scared of the lightning.

I’m scared mom

It’s pretty frightening.

Can I lay in bed with you,

Can I cuddy up with you?

Keep me safe from the rain.

My dear, Jane

Don’t be scared of the thunder.

Don’t you wonder

What God is saying?

Don’t be scared of the lightning

It’s not frightening.

Get in bed and cuddy up with me.

Listen to the rain fall,

Listen to the thunder,

Watch the lightning,

It’s pretty exciting.

Don’t be scared,

Full of fear.

Don’t you know

God is saying?

“Listen, I’m here!”

Hear attentively the thunder of His voice, And the rumbling that comes from His mouth.

Job 37:2

Written By Bridget Sherman
©All articles and comments on Dinky’s Hum Drum Journal are the property of Bridget Sherman and are Copyright protected.


Anonymous said...

I love the mother's heart shown in this poem. That is why hurt or frightened children usually run to mommy...they know there is assurance and comfort to be had there.

Your friend

Red said...

A mother's love for her child shows the comfort of being with her..... lying in bed with her, cuddling.