A Poem – If It Came To Me

A steady, slow progression
Has tried to find an entry
Desiring possession
Removing every sentry

That guards the self immunity
The heart and mind and soul
Ushering in disunity
While digging a deep hole

I can feel it creeping in
Like a low hanging cloud
Trying to blur my vision
Or gain entry where allowed

A headache tried to manifest
But it did not succeed
In making its request
To plant an evil seed

I’m watching with great interest
Its slithering under the moon
Searching for an egress
While singing out of tune

It hates it when I pray
And rebuke in Yeshua’s name
I see its grip begin to fray
As He won’t play its game

I asked my King what I should do
For He knows everything
As I can take some time to rest
And even quarantine

I’ve been with kids whose noses ran
While coughing up a storm
But the hand of G-d is stronger than
A viral honking horn

Some put their faith in chariots
Or horses and their power
But every door that my G-d shuts
Is sealed up like a tower

That only with permission
Can this bug survive
So I’ll wait to see what G-d will do
For my Redeemer’s alive!

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Carolyn Margolin-Hyde was raised in an Orthodox Jewish synagogue near Chicago. She graduated from University of Illinois and as an RN she practiced nursing for many years. After making Aliyah Carolyn served as worship leader at K’tsir Asher, The Harvest of Asher Congregation, in Akko, and then led worship at Kehilat Poriya, a congregation near Tiberius. She has written and recorded many worship songs in English and Hebrew and her worship CD’s include “Just Like Joseph” and “The Latter Rain”- contemporary worship CDs; “Deep Calls to Deep” – a soaking CD; and “Fine Linen” – worship with a touch of the blues.