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Monday, June 17, 2019

Your Dying Spouse 633 - Twilight

Night may fall, and it may be very dark indeed, but another dawn is coming.

This is the Gotterdammerung,
the day of evil will
on which there's no escaping from
the place where sun stands still.
Life itself is in the balance
on which the devil puts his thumb
and smiles unto the hellish cadence
that makes the brave go numb.
Prayer is what is needed now
but dies on drying tongue,
leaving but the question: how
to dodge as spears are flung.
First the twilight, then the night,
and then the dawn, the pure Son-light.

Music from John Denver, with leaving On A Jet Plane.


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10 comments:

  1. (((((Andrew)))))

    May your Night be short, and your Dawn be glorious!

    Annie in Texas

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    1. ((((((Annie!))))))

      Thank you so VERY much!

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  2. Awww, my friend. I'm so sorry the pain is so horrid. I'm praying for you in these days, these hours. Sending you a very gentle hug.

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    1. Jeanne, thanyou so much for the prayers, and the hug. It is awful; friends like you make it worth bearing.

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  3. May the Son shine brightly and bring you comfort as you look into His face, first from Earth's bounds, then, in a land with no boundaries....no pain......

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    1. Melissa, thank you so much for this...and for being here.

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  4. Beautiful poetry! Of course I'm praying for you, as always.

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    1. Jan, thank you so much for your kind words, and for your prayers.

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  5. I am so sorry for your deep pain. And I am praying for Jesus to meet you and bring His glorious dawning.

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    1. Bettie, I am so grateful for your kind thoughts, and for your prayers.

      Please know you are in ours.

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