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“You Wait,” a Poem for the New Year

by | Jan 7, 2019 | Houses of Worship

You Wait
(a poem for the New Year)

Like hands bidding me
to come and see
you offer me again-
time

What shall be even you
do not know
So like some child
you say,
“come play”

This life is not some
commodity ordered
from a warehouse
far away

And yet it is a gift
not arranged by
my hand but
crafted by
another

So I step gently
your way
not knowing but
believing
And I hear you whisper,
“to live is grace”

Dr. Jody Seymour

Jody Seymour retired after serving Davidson United Methodist Church as Senior Pastor for 13 years and being a pastor for forty-six years in the Western North Carolina Conference. He is the author of six books and resides just outside of Davidson with his wife, Betsy.

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