On a Sunday afternoon
the blue sky over Kissimmee
played host to a sky writer
spelling out the name of J E S U S
and finding that the wind
prevailed against his efforts.
As J and E were laid upon the blue
and S was in the making
the wind began to
take apart the letters.
The final U and S stood by itself —
but soon they disappeared as well.
The efforts of the pilot continued
as J E S U S was spelled out
a dozen times —
only to fade again so quickly.
A less windy day would
keep J E S U S in the sky a little longer
and maybe the salvation of the watchers
would have a better chance
to claim their hearts.