In Honor of Our Persecuted Brothers and Sisters

When you walk at dusk You must Be attune To His chorus of birds Wings flapping Excitedly ending their day Anticipating the stillness For His birds know this His lilac takes a turn Releasing His aroma Drawing us to yearn Oh His sky! Turning down its daylight Muting the busy Smoothing with peace Paving the … Continue reading In Honor of Our Persecuted Brothers and Sisters

Faith Like a Child

A busy dizzy brain Perhaps the source of that pain Behind my right eye Though can't seem to verify The WHY Before I believed in Our Holy Creator I crammed everything into a tiny box in my mind It had to fit, make sense or I would unwind When gales of wind knocked me down … Continue reading Faith Like a Child

Rising from the Deep

A whirlwind a tailspin of trusting Him Labels Memories Black marks Insecurities Tools of the thief Tearing me away From the One who gave us the light of day This ‘what am I’ Over and over I thought I knew But then the wind blew I used to discern After the veil was torn Now … Continue reading Rising from the Deep

A Walk with Lonely

Cozy in my nook Reading a good book I hear Whispered in my Spirit Step outside, only He knows what you may find Could be thwarting, could be kind Snakey vines Climb inside Your heart Less pure, more tart The sky, light gray Tweeting birds fly away To higher ground Where they know to be … Continue reading A Walk with Lonely

Unfrozen

Crystals hardening A new day dawning His blue hues His misty morning Canada air Frozen here Covering the window Of my sleepy hollow Where fear and lies deeply burrow Frothing, freezing Heavy feeling What once was clear Now encrusted … is He still near? Why can’t I see The eyes who made me? When will … Continue reading Unfrozen