Behind the Curtain

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I stand behind the curtain

waiting.  Peaking out and waiting for the crowd to diminish

to a comfortable number.

The microphone beckons as the spotlight shines

center stage.  I will walk out confidently when

the time is right.  Timing must always be right.

I will sing softly at first,

then raise my voice so that even the people in the

street will hear.

It will bring healing change, and then

I will go home until next time.

I am a song bird that announces love, seeds, & clean sky.

I am a shy voice being strengthened to

trumpet truth and watch the sound wash over the created.

“My heart overflows with a beautiful theme!

I recite my composition concerning the King.”  Psalm 45:1

“The Lord gives the word of power; the women who bear and publish the news are a great host.”  Psalm 68:11

(c) 2011, Robin Lawrimore

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7 thoughts on “Behind the Curtain

    • Robin Lawrimore

      It’s when I stare at the outside timing that my feet move ahead of His because I’m so sure I’m ready. When I listen to what He is whispering on the inside, I know He cares so very much for the healing and growth there. I’d rather wait to sing than sing too soon. I also won’t be surprised if He hands me the mic when I least expect it!

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      • Robin Lawrimore

        The point of this poem is that a voice is being strengthened. Timing yes, but value and smallness, humility embraced, glorify the One. That is the point. That is strength, gifting unwrapped and handed to Him.

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  1. Rosa

    Timing…so difficult at times when impetuosity pushes! A voice being strengthened..yes,I like that. Starting small….gaining strength and confidence…because of the One. I love that picture of gifting unwrapped,and handing it back to Him. Unpacking the treasure He has placed within…so much to look forward to.

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