Behold Judah Rising (Revelation 5:5)

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I wrote this poem last Christmas Eve morning…

Though we wait for a babe in a manger, as gentle as a  lamb-let us never forget, the power of His roar.

 

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His, Mine and The Story of Forever

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dverse poets pub is a place I love to hang out. Tonight Brian Miller is tending the bar…and we are breaking some rules. I am terrible at following forms, but I am trying to join in tonight, thinking I may have not got it right but still loved doing it anyway. I figure if it can be wrong then I might get it right…but what if it’s supposed to be wrong and I actually got it right but that would make it wrong. Ha!

I didn’t really break it…but instead I tried to remake it?

I had decided to try this form…The Cento. And right off the bat I was told I could not use the writer’s words since Cento is like a poetic version of collage using pieces of other authors’ work. However, since I can make or break the rules the way I want…ahem, ala Mr, Miller (our host), then um…well…here is my offering.

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Literary Love (Prompt 12)

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Chances are if you are on this writing journey, you not only love to write, but you also love to read. Today’s prompt is all about the books you love, or have loved, to read. Originally I wrote the prompt to focus on a favorite Devotional, but as I considered this further, I realized that the power of a great book to speak to us is not limited to Christian literature alone. The power of great literature or just a timely read can speak volumes to us personally, and sometimes great insight and inspiration can come from unexpected places.

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