Mornin' Silence

Mornin' Silence

A Poem by Sunflower/Sara Kendrick

Lyrical, written somewhat to the song "The Sound Of Silence"...


Hello! Jesus, my old friend

I've come to talk to you again

To receive blessings in early mornin' light

After the night

No longer in a world of silence


The sun rises once again

From distance shores of other me

The sky holds dreadlocks of dark gray

But can't keep the Son away

My tears as rain comes down

For all the world's evil around

In this mornin' silence


Hello! Jesus, come again__fill my heart

Let me weep and not condemn

Show me what I can do

I want my life to count  for you

In this world of silence


The birds to you sing their praise

Thank you Father for today

Thank you so for all the food

For the sun and the moon

For the glories of the sky


The crows cawing near-by

The changing colors of the sky

For the sound of silence


The crows are so disturbed

Are they greeting the sun with words

As it's changing the sky from night

With colors so gloriously bright

The sky's sun casting magenta on the dreadlock clouds

Crows singing very loud

To the sound of silence


Are the timber cutters disturbing

The crow's roost

Those silhouetted trees against the rose tinted clouds

Of the mornin' blue sky

That lift arms of praise to the sky

In the sound of silence


Roosters begin their tune of love

The tune that you gifted them to sing

In the mornin' silence

Ocean wave charcoal clouds

Jet streak going through

Mornin' silence is disturbed with a noise

In the mornin' silence

Clouds have changed to golden sand

Sun has risen again soon to heat the earth

Restoring leaves to green on the trees

In the sound of silence

© 2010 Sunflower/Sara Kendrick

Author's Note

Sunflower/Sara Kendrick
Early morning devotion...Written to the song "The Sound Of Silence"

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very pretty. I love how you can express your feelings in your writing. Nice job.

Posted 11 Years Ago

Poem is very beautiful and hopeful. I love a early morning and sitting alone to see the sun rise and to understand the beauty of this earth. The description was very good. So many lines stood out making the poem a pleasure to read. A excellent poem.

Posted 11 Years Ago

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Added on April 20, 2010
Last Updated on April 20, 2010
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