She twirls. She swirls. She takes a bow.
She looks up to see Him now.
She takes His hand to receive her guide.
He leads her down the path not wide.
Upon the journey, darkness falls.
In the fog, to Him she calls.
He is there, reminding her she has His hand.
As long as she holds on, she will always stand.
Creatures and sounds try to distract her way.
Screeching and screaming, making her jump in dismay.
She holds tightly through the pitch black night.
And sees His loving eyes in the morning’s shining light.
Penned – MG – 2/12/20