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The Wind of Love

by

Keith Gill

Why are you sad my child?
I have seen your good deeds.
You stand and shout my name,
In a river of blowing reeds.

But does the bending reed hear?
This I most certainly know.
For all things are known to me.
So stand firm and watch the reeds blow.

Tis true, the reed is weak.
But also, it can bend.
So stand and shout my name.
And let your voice be like a powerful wind!

For the wind strengthens the weak.
And most certainly heals the bend.
So praise and shout my child.
And be my triumphant wind!

For without the blowing wind,
What purpose would there be?
To stand in a still river,
And shout of victory.

For the wind is the word of God.
And you are the unbending reed.
The still river is the world.
So stand and shout, that I may praise your good deed.