I Wrote a Poem Today


I actually wrote a poem today, asking

God about the rain

He wasn’t angry,

but there was more in the wind,

than simply



Poetry and Image © Copyright 2018, ancient skies

48 thoughts on “I Wrote a Poem Today

  1. Reminds of the old song, “the answer my friend is blowing in the wind.” In Scripture Nico, the word “ruach” is used in several places and some translations say it means wind but others say it is the “breath of God.” He created man and woman and then blew His breath into each of them, so the ruach is the holiness that passed from God to His children. So perhaps as you said there was something more in the wind. Breath prayers are very beneficial and a good way to calm one’s spirit and worries. You inhale slowing and then at the end of your breath you whisper or think of a word or name.Then as you exhale you do the same only with a different word or name. For you and your wife right now, I would practice this repeatedly throughout the day. I would inhale and whisper Jesus and then exhale with my healer. Ex 15:26…………I am the Lord who heals you. Love and hugs, N 🙂 ❤ xoxoxoxoxoxo

    1. What beautiful comments Natalie, thank you! I do like being in nature and praying. Sometimes I walk and pray. I love this verse too. Please keep sending verses. Thank you for everything my friend. Peace and blessings to you and your family.

  2. Conversation with God is never-ending, Nico. The Wind may have only been a part of that Conversation. Keep focusing on the Beauty, dear friend. Beautiful post!!! Peace and Love to you and your wife! 🦋💚

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