You are there.

There’s something wonderful about a dallying rainy day. Whimsical, lazy, peace ridden. Waking to the drizzle, the roll, the splash of raindrops rapping drop, by drop, by drop. Puddles pool, gutters roar, trees shower, nature rests. Comfort embraces, blanketing every ember of my soul, in the soothing sounds of pitter-patter that fall beyond the skirts of my burrow. These subdued droplets authorize slow beginnings, easiness in demands, sluggish sips.

In these, You are there.

Ominous clouds roll in. Thunder claps. Lightening excites. Wind billows- rolling the rooted, shaking the settled. The same droplets dilate, multiply, increase in speed. Vision is blurred, hearing is muffled. All is dark. The clouds have clothed themselves like grief, mourning the unseen. Sleep is stirred. No longer waking peacefully by soothing hearings of rain, rather jolted suddenly by a vexatious symphony. Peace is stolen and replaced with worry.

In these, You are there.

Sunlight rents the darkness. Splitting its edges, fracturing the bleak. Nature awakens, resuming its simply complex sound. Clouds unmask, unclothe and dance. Rain drops nourish the parched and evaporate into the suns rays. Sleep no longer robbed, worry no longer spirits foe. My burdens drying, no longer weighted with the heft of rain. Lightness allowing dreams of days to come, energizing creativity bolting head to toe.

In these, You are there.

In all of these, You are there. Unwavering. Unsurprised. Knowing every shift. You stand in the midst of it all. You beckon me to know, to rest in the safety of the truth. That above All else, You are there.

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