Pobblebonk

Write what you hear
ok
I hear the sound of water & stones friends knocking about together in a stream falling around each other free flowing with
Holy Spirit tow currently in an instant from the other day I recall Pobblebonk – yes that’s the name the sound of His sounds rivers of living water His rolling stones redeemed rocking it on in deep water bringing it on like Banjo frogs conversing – sounds like
deep cries out to deep I’m there
now I hear wind yes I obey
at last I have ears to hear
the wind blows more
woos
in the dark I envisage … my dreams this poem
bonk – bonk back – similar sounds sometimes at the same time notes differ twang! tune my ears to hear will I?
what do I hear? Pobblebonk carry on c’est bon
parlez-vous Francais? good if you do sounds like Pobblebonk
say it hasn’t been heard before!
Heaven’s language
come on
God knows He hears He sees
His wind blows
more
once upon a time Jesus told me to listen before I was even here I forgot somehow I hear in the distance now crickets & the wind again His wind comes closer blowing all around I
see
Jesus
He’s fun! lean into
under
stand? humble myself feel kindly toward my fellow believers go with it I’ve never seen this before
again the crickets screech a relative chorus going on! relative – got it – we’re all related in Christ did I hear?
I hear gentle slumber beside me – I love him
but
first
I
love
Him –
He tells me to love you
know what?
my Father neither slumbers nor sleeps He rocks out His song all night long
all day long
c’est bon c’est bon!
it’s all good
don’t worry give myself over He’s all good
Pobblebonk
I love His Presence
Isaiah 30:29
Your singing will be like that
on the night of a holy festival
and your heart will rejoice
like one who walks to the music of a flute
going up to the mountain of The Lord
to the Rock of Israel
Psalms 121:4
Indeed, the Protector of Israel
does not slumber or sleep
Luke 5:4 When He had finished speaking, He said to Simon
Put out into deep water and let down your nets for a catch
Limnodynastes dumerili
Eastern Banjo Frog
Pobblebonk
Also: Eastern Pobblebonk, Four-bob Frog

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