By the river the willow stood
Weeping for all that was lost that was good
Bowed down with grief sore tears did fall
How could she bear this bitter gall
It seemed her name was written in blood

Her life was gone however could
She carry now her cross of wood
With every step she took a fall
By the river

But light would come, the green tree would
Bear again the bright Spring’s bud
Hear once more the sweet birds call
Hope spread its strong wings over all
There never would be old deadwood
By the river

10 thoughts on “LIGHT WILL COME

  1. blindzanygirl

    Thanks ver much Bacardi Gold. I love willow trees and I love rivers and Inlove birds! We have a willow in our garden too, and the birds love to hide in it.

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  2. blindzanygirl

    Thankyou so much for this nice comment Deborah. I missed it at the time. I am missing a lot of things now as I have gone completely blind. Brings a whole new meaning to Dark Night of the Soul doesn’t it. Do you know any good books on it? I am always looking for goid books and you seem to know loads. I am having problems reading your blog again, but not only yours so don’t worry. It’s a pig, going blibd! Xx

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  3. Im so so sorry Lorraine I love you so much thus makes me cry. I know we have to rationalise and accept these things its just all of your deep suffering is never lost on me. I will give some thought to books for you am.out at the markets at the moment. Can you still manage to read your emails? Can you use a voice translator? Sorry am not up in all if the technology hugs Lorraine. Big hugs. 🕊💙🌷

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  4. blindzanygirl

    Thnkou so much Deborh. I can read books with various devices, and Kindle books and audio books. It’s finding good ones to read thousg. Big big hugs ❤️❤️❤️I


  5. I understand ill give it some good thought. At the moment I sm reading a book about wild otters and Devon and the writers that sought them out. It goes into deep descriptions of the Drvin moors and Scottish Higlands I found it on the reduced table outside my local bookshop. But I will go through my shelves and see if I can come up with something. Reading allows us to escape and learn something new all of the time, it a great diversion.

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  6. blindzanygirl

    I don’t know where I would be without reading and books Deborah. You are so right in that it gives us an escape. Wow, Devon is beautiful though I have never been, and the Scottish Highlands are amazing too. You seem to have an affinity with England. I have a cousin who lives in Australia though, and he would never come back to England because of the climate. Thanks so much for your help Deborah. I admire so much the way in which you have dealt with your life and kept on pressing on through psin. Hugs.


  7. Aww that means a lot coming from you Lorraine, yes the bit I am reading at the Monet describes the rivers there maybe its due to my ancestral connection to Cornwall? What have you been reading lately Lorraine? It’s a bit of a case of synchroniciry but yesterday I read an older comment of yours on an older post of mine and you mentioned Gregory of Nyessa or some one. It very much interested me pardon my ignorance if I got the spelling wrong.


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