What the Hummingbird Told Me

BY: variousauthors

WWhatheHummingbird-PrayerJust as a hummingbird can balance
between the dying breeze
and the uplifting beats of its wings,
so too can You steady me amongst
the bleak feelings rising
like dark bread inside me,
and the bright thoughts of sunrise
spilling over the lip of a new day.
Perhaps there's one current we swim in.
Perhaps there are many.
Sometimes we need to fight its swiftness
just to stay in place.
Sometimes we need to fight ourselves
just to let go and follow Your way.
 

 

 


 

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