Dance

Harbour Lights

There was a moment

When glory and love

Intertwined

Suspended in time

Flooded the void

With waves of grace

Danced through the chaos

Danced to the sound of life

Danced with the spirit

And the rhythm of embrace

And vibrations flood

Resounded in the silence

He held the stars

He soothed the seas

He commanded the dawn

He lit the skies

And with a towel

Bending low

He washed their feet

He healed their wounds

He loved the broken

He fed the hungry

And one day

He will wipe away every tear

That danced down every cheek.

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Written for Poetry Jam

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14 Responses to Dance

  1. brian miller says:

    nice….love…one of my fav parts of the bible….the washing of the feet…the showing how to serve…that and when his were washed by her hair….such humility….nice alan…

  2. Mary says:

    Beautiful, Alan. I like the ‘dance’ you wrote about here, your wonderful examples of the way glory and love intertwined.

  3. Laurie Kolp says:

    Ahh… the washing of the feet… this is so beautiful, Alan.

  4. Sherry Marr says:

    Very beautiful, the dance of life and the washing of the feet.

  5. Passionate and the cadence is lovely.

  6. Liked the way your thoughts danced from here to there. Nice.

  7. Speechless I can only say WOW!

  8. Kelvin S.M. says:

    …all of these that you wrote here to me is like a psalm i would love to hear & read again and again…. a wonderful offering… thank you… smiles…

  9. And will forever be the moment first and last. Good job!

  10. peggygoetz says:

    Wow Alan this is really a beautiful poem. It reads so smoothly. I like the mysterious photo as well.

  11. Poet Laundry says:

    Beautiful…I was moved and comforted by your words Alan. Truth well told.

  12. The truth of the Word of God. What a beautifully composed poem!!!

  13. Wayne says:

    nicely done and thanks for sharing your words

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