Seeing Beyond

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It’s been awhile since I shared a poem from my morning meditation. So today I am sharing this very short “glint of light on broken glass” …which has little to no imagery at all, actually. But this is what came to me. Freely I received and freely I do give.

 

May this very short poem speak to your heart in the season you are in- in your personal history as it is being made- today. I’ve included a journaling prompt for my journaling friends.

 

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I Know Why

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When our hearts and minds cannot wrap around reality, poetry allows a pathway to find the way through to a broader place. A place where words, feelings, imagery and meaning intermingle acting as hope, healing balm, and help to the soul’s cry for understanding.

I believe poetry, music, and all creative endeavors- painting, drawing, sculpting allow for this possibility. Poetry just happens to be my pathway.

This one is for sharing… for those who have endured the dark night of the soul’s struggle, and for those who have loved ones who have succumbed to it in its various forms.

May Love hold us close. Let this poem speak to you, whatever it will.
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One Holy Nation

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My Sunday Offering…

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Reason or Denial

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I haven’t shared a poem on the blog for a while…but since this is National Poetry Month and I did write a bit this morning, I’ll share one of the three poems I wrote.

I have been pulling lines from various places as poetry seeds lately. This morning I pulled the first line from a news article online that prompted this piece.

 

Here it is…

 

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Praise The Lord

 

 

It is an adventure to know the One True Living God…day and night His Spirit ministers to us. Our God never sleeps. He is ever attentive to the needs of His people. He is worthy of all praise. This little poem came to me earlier this week.

Praise…simple and profound, directed to and by the One who gives and takes away and ultimately has the final say.

I pray you,

Praise the Lord…

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