I Drink In Tears From The Rain by Joanna Maharis

The surroundings shroud my mind

with a blanket of fog speaking to the waters

I tread on with whispers in the morning

so deep inside a river of sorrow.

I drink in tears from the rain,

letting their waters fall over me

and behold my spirit with the Almighty

lifting me up through the clouds and touch

the rays of sunshine.

Evergreen dancing in this pure light

allows me to be magnetized by the grace

becoming you.

Your colors radiate my heart,

and build up its glowing embers.

I see in the distance the Gates of Heaven

opening their heart unto me.

I walk through them with anticipation.

I come to the high pedestal where there is

a fire burning.

Gazing into the flames, I see the face of God.


© Joanna Maharis

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About the Author

Throughout the years, Ms. Maharis has done plenty of writing.  It is her greatest joy.  Writing enables her to explore worlds through the written and spoken word.  She enjoys being creator of lives which would have never existed without the power of her imagination.  Aside from being a writer, blogger, and published author, she is co-caregiver for her elderly grandmother.  When she isn’t writing, she likes to workout at the gym, cook with her aunt and grandmother, and delve into a good book.  Every book she reads sparks her curiosity.  Her own published works consists of Dominica’s Inferno (a novel), Japlin And Japlin (a novella), Peering Through A Streaked Window (a collective work of poetry), and four ebooks.

Visit Author Page At: www.ctupublishinggroup.com/joanna-maharis.html

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