24.8.12

God


The sun peeps through the hill,
And then goes away the chill.
By whose will this happens?
Not mine not yours.
The one and the only and that is God.




The wind is blowing,
The water is flowing.
By whose will this happens?
Not mine not yours
The one and the only and that is God.


The snakes are hissing,
The rabbits are burrowing.
By whose will this happens?
Not mine not yours.
The one and the only and that is God.

18 comments:

  1. Yes we are all in the hands of God.

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  2. The truth beautifully put into words.
    Dropping by from the Poetry Pantry.

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  3. smiles...yes all to his will....and how much easier is life when we realize that? smiles.

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  4. God's will is supreme!
    Nice

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  5. Providence is a fair equalizer in all respects and in all instances! Nicely Vandana!

    Hank

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  6. but who brings the quakes, floods and tsunamis then?

    anyway, let His will be done!

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  7. Vandana,

    Im not an ardent follower of God. But this poem is indeed beautiful. Keep it going. Smiles. :)

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  8. Thankyou so much for your lovely comments..

    Tsunamis etcc.... it is all man;s fault. why does man has to manipulate nature? If he has to then he should be ready to bear nature;s wrath.

    There are certain experiences in life, which bring us closer to god. When one has such an experience , he/ she will start believing in god. God does not want that we should go to temple or observe fast,but just to believe in him with a pure heart and then we will see his miracles!!

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  9. Beautiful piece of writing, Vandana....

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  10. Your deep faith rings true in this poem.

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  11. So very true, Vandana. God is in charge of all, the force behind everything!

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  12. There are many ways to worship God. Some need structure and I believe that pleases him and some do better without. In my opinion, God reads hearts and is pleased with those who search for truth, and live the truth as they understand it. Tsunamis, natural disasters are not all man made. God allows life to happen. What is important is that we live our life in the world, not for this world. I believe it is beyond our understanding as to why some crosses appear heavier. Well done poem.

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  13. Your repeated lines work well to convey the message.

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  14. Want to thank you for your visit to my site. Your poem is a tribute to your belief and reads much like a soft musical chant.

    Elizabeth
    http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/

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Thank you for flying by. I appreciate your honest and critical comments.