Now and Then

Now my vision warps, distorts,

as through a glass I view my life;

frosty film in darkness courts

misconstructions, blindness rife

with apprehensions misconstrued,

where senses, seizing on a ghost

demand surrender to the food

that liars choose to feed on most

but

Then, my blindness will be healed,

cataracts will be removed;

scummy blur will be repealed

as trust in what is real is proved

to make all else fade into night,

misty membranes melt away;

I will recognize the Right

when Truth and Beauty shine like day.

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13 comments on “Now and Then

  1. This is wonderful, Melody! I can’t wait for that day…
    Blessings ~ Wendy

  2. lylekrahn says:

    So true and you said it with so many good lines.

  3. Caddo Veil says:

    WOW-Wonderful–so uplifts the soul!! Great work, Melody–God bless you BIG! Love, Caddo

    • melodylowes says:

      Thanks my friend! I’m going to try to get out your way tonight – this week is INSANE for appointments and requirements and the to-do list is harassing me…so I may not be around as much until next week.

      • Caddo Veil says:

        Sounds like I need to send up Commando Caddo prayers for you, Melody–no problema, I’ll be here waiting when you come down/return. God bless you Big with His Peace and Strength and JOY.

  4. Debbie says:

    I loved how this all started changing after the “but”! Great poem, Melody! Thanks for leading us to the Truth and Light!

  5. Judy says:

    And what a day that will be!

  6. Glenda Mills says:

    Love this…recognise the day
    when truth and beauty shine their way.

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