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I Also do Not Know
by Judy C Meeker
Friday, March 30, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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When I found no joy there

Amist selfish sorrowing prayer

Among the many tears that flows

In countless grieves and woes

From rags of light in mourners clothes

The thought to me occurred

All religion to be absurb

And in my heart preferred

To be but a common bird

Than to go on living

As the troubled unforgiven

Among the sad elite forgiven

Thus I became so driven

Into the depths of thinking

That in the twinkling of an eyelid blinking

I shed my mortal clothes

And above selfish praying rose

In wings, beak and feathered face

Toward higher heights to embrace

The Stars in fields of outer space

In search of Joy's hiding place.

I saw God's amusing half moon smile

And ask that I might be forgiven

Then bowed before Him meek and mild

And ask where Joy might be living.

He said, 'You are the Forgiven Child.'

Then fell silent for a while

Before answering thus so;

'As to where Joy might be O child

I also do not know...

Jalolly and Eclect

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Reviewed by H. Lena Jones
A beautiful poem, Judy. Joy! Everyone seeks this thing called Joy. It is not at all difficult to find if you know in whom to trust and believe. The key though is found in dying to self...and letting The Holy Spirit do His indwelling bit.

God Bless
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price
Brilliant words in this poem. I loved the imagery they inspired. Such a quest, looking for Joy. When you find her, let me know. I find her occasionally, but oh so briefly. Excellent poem. Liz
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
This is wonderfully expressed, Judy. I find your verses spiritually uplifting. Thank you for sharing this gift. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Linda Wells
Judy, in Psalms 30-5 reads: Weeping may endure for a night, but JOY cometh in the morning! No matter what happens, God is always there and even though we must endure lifes' pain and suffering, JOY will come. If we trust and believe what God's word tells us, we can endure all things for we are children of a Father that can bring us through any trial we may go through. Your joy is in your love for God and your light is shining very brightly here.

Blessings & Peace,
Linda Wells
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
I found the joy that I feel, is deep within my heart...I discovered this wonderful joy when the Lord began to live within my heart the night that I got saved, the night I gave the Lord my heart, soul, and life! Life is full of ups and downs, but God's love is always there waiting to be prayer away! He is our Joy! Enjoyed my friend as always!
Joyce Bowling
Reviewed by Art Sun
And so it is that even Joy escapes from the eyes of express well this depth of search.....

nicely penned.....Art Sun...
Reviewed by richard cederberg
Outstanding Judy! Seems you are seeking spiritual Truth ...

Light and Wisdom ...
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU

A true poemization of inner emotions... "I Also do Not Know" has delivered its poetic dues to the treasure of Wisdom.

This poem made me think deeply and took me on an ontologic trip through the wings of imagination.

In gratitude and admiration,

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter
I can't give a review any better than Andy. His is the real message and mine is to be the exclamation!
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
It is not every or any prayer that heals, it is the prayer from the heart,in angst, in openness, and true expression...
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