150 Days – A Poem

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The fountains broke on the earth, one hundred and fifty days.

Then – a token given, a promise made, as the waters assuaged.

Clouds and earth given a promissory note;

A keepsake bracelet

With rainbow charms;

Dangling reminders of the new unbreakable covenant.

Published by Suzette Benjamin

Positive thinker, inspiration, sometimes writer, faith

13 thoughts on “150 Days – A Poem

  1. wow. love that metaphor — a dangling bracelet. I have been reading Song of Solomon a bit, with God as a Lover. This poem is a delightful reminder that rainbows are a reminder of our Lover’s care for for us. The image of a charm bracelet is also quite intriguing mythically. Deep as yours always are, lovely and true. Shalom, Jane

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    1. Beautifully said Jane, [ God as love and lover…his care for us] You are correct in your discernment, as always on the scriptural premise of the words. So very glad it resonates. The Word – be a lamp to your feet and shine bright, your path, Jane.❤❤

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