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TRUST JESUS TODAY
The lofty peaks
I wonder if the heights are getting closer.
The virile mountains
I wonder if the bonds are getting strengthened.
The serene water
I wonder if the lives are getting calmer.
The white snow
I wonder if the hearts are melting.
The soft breeze touching your forehead
I wonder if the spring is right there behind.
I wonder if anyone can hear the shattering of hearts.
I wonder if somebody is breaking the chains.
I wonder if I can cease the flow of thoughts.
I wonder if the depths are calling.
The music of the senses
I wonder if the nature is responding.
A splash in the water and in the memories
not to erase
but to rejuvenate.
A welcoming of seasons to come
Of refreshing breezes to be shared
Of cutting chills to be faced
Of the lullaby of nature…
And I wonder
if anybody can hear me.
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