Friday, December 31, 2010

Broken Dreams

I've read this poem on a few blogs, most recently on We Are All Mothers. I find myself reading it a lot more lately, several times in a row, and it's been on my mind constantly. I just love it.

As children bring their
broken toys
with tears for us to mend,
I brought my broken
dreams to God, because
He was my friend.
But then, instead of
leaving Him,
in peace, to work alone;
I hung around and
tried to help,
with ways that were my own.
At last, I snatched them
back and cried,"How can you be so slow?"
"My child," He said,
"What could I do?
You never did let go."


Tami said...

Wow...this is something I really needed because I have been having thoughts in my mind that relate directly to this...thank you for sharing.

A said...

it is so hard to let our baby dreams go, but i feel like after much fighting and foot stomping on my part, i am almost there. it is so scary and sad sometimes, but i feel like i am at the end of my rope trying to resolve them myself. (HUG)

Holly said...

Hey, I just found your blog randomly and saw this post and had to comment on what a great poem this is. Exactly what I needed to hear today.

Jess said...

What a great post.
I just found your blog through a mutual friends'. Just stopping in to say hello. Hope to follow you on your journey!


Melissa said...

Just found your blog...I love that poem! So is so hard for us to "let go". Gods ways are not our ways and that can be tough sometimes.

Amy Nielson said...

That is a great poem. Makes me do a lot of self-analyzing.

Debbie said...

I'm glad I read this. I haven't been on this same road as long as you, but I'm looking forward to 2011 being better than our 2010. Love your song of the moment. Gives hope.

Carpenters said...

I love this poem, thank you for sharing it!