A Turret’s Sound

     A storm hails

Over the turrets,

Of a clergymen’s castle,

Unbeknownst to the working,

Of authority’s power.

Varying degrees

Of consciousness streams,

Are hidden by,

The sweet snow fall

Of God’s manna.

     Lightening, thunder and dark clouds

Prevail,

Beneath the glow

Of cool, white, moisture.

     She was at table

Making known to power this call,

But,

When she spoke the warning,

Listening turned

To betrayal’s form.

     It matters not

Whose voice is sound,

As the timing of God’s hand,

Shall deliver down,

The presence of all.

The cloud moisture moves into photo center from the left.  A dark cloud formation into white. The actual center form of the cloud appears as the head of a man, with a nose and a mouth that is open.  There is a resemblance of an arm with a hand, which extends out over landmass and the top of a structure.  After I published this post last evening, a storm came into our area and I shot this photo.

The cloud moisture moves into photo center from the right, a dark cloud formation into white. The actual center form of the cloud appears as the whitish, accoutered head of a man, with a nose and a mouth that is open, and a round white crown on the head.  There is a resemblance of an arm with a hand below the head, which extends out over landmass and the top of a structure, a chimney.  After I published this post last evening, a storm came into our area and I shot this photo.  This photo and the words that came to me for the post, reveal that something dark is modifying the pure white manna He is blessing us with and, are we aware of this?

 

 

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One Response to A Turret’s Sound

  1. Reblogged this on cindyeksuzian and commented:

    A cloud formation came last evening just as I published this post. It was a very strong knowing to include it with my post’s content. Thank you to the bloggers that liked my original post.

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