The Anatomy of a Teardrop
If you could take a teardrop
Just one from all Iíve cried
Manipulate a scalpel and
Into its parts divide
How much is made of sorrow?
The kind that sheds no light
A sadness that contains within
The blackness of the night
How much, if just a little
Contains a spark of joy
That rests upon a promise
That nothing can destroy
God uses all that happens
To bring about my good
Reminds me thereís no place to stand
Where He has never stood
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Hello Melanie. Just re-visiting some of my earlier pieces and drawn back to your excellent poetry. I pray you continue to find openings for your writing. For the last couple of years I have been more involved with Premier on-line community, originally joining to share poetry, but now I co-administer the Prayerwall. You are welcome to check out my page by googling Anne Linington Premier Community.
What a thought-provoking piece of poetry. You have managed to capture some profound thoughts in just a few short verses. Well-written and well-received.
How beautiful, help us all remember that there is nothing that He hasn't already endured to make our life easier if we will only listen and believe !
This is wonderful...especially the last lines. Teardrop is one word and I think it would be more effective written as such.