It's almost like Fall is breezing by The bluest sky still While the wind rushed in Leaving the dead to lie Bare bones Confused and alone Next to bountiful green Seeming Blessed with life In spite of the brewing freeze All things though are different When seen in His light Imagining His angels singing Holy … Continue reading Just for Today
His sun's rays Glint atop the globe Hope's light stays He is the reason Job Suffered long Without casting his eyes Down Sure why crossed his mind Yet Job kept looking far Beyond what his eyes could find Proclaiming The Only God Who deserves praise from whispers lowed Surrender Job chose instead Seems when seasons … Continue reading Reasons
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
Colored pencil Snoopy's Illustrations for the imaginative stories Compiled over and over again Told someone I wanted to be an author at no more than ten Not sure what happened Hope deadened My identity Lacked dignity Educated and married A mother and worried About all things Until one day His angels sang A trumpet sound … Continue reading Where Did You Come From?
When what you see Is speckled over Dotted with Interruption Irritation Litigation Glossed with Shame Guilt A lack of motivation Close your eyes Sense His light Growing Ever brighter in the dark Where the bark bites And fear fights His light Warms from the inside Heals the wounded What-about-me pride Shines for all Each one … Continue reading When You Can’t See Clearly
His tree in this season She becomes bare Against His baby blue sky "Like a child," He says. His truth whispers As her leaves crumble and fall As He nudges her to tell all "Your story is mine," He says She believes Even though other trees Do not She weeps When she can't sleep Of … Continue reading The Hope of His She-tree