Tag Archives: Love

An Interrupted Cry Restored

Mary stared, blinking, at the urine-covered stick—Please, only one line—as two lines appear. She tried to imagine the child in her arms, but the impression wouldn’t jell. When far away an interrupted cry breaks her heart, she sees him clearly. … Continue reading

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May Day

My eyes have seen the bleeding hearts and iris bursting forth All the lilacs blooming with their intoxicating scent Yesterday was April, now my favorite month is here Divine creation reveals to us its most beautiful vibrant colors All the … Continue reading

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Empty

An empty glass of water An empty cupboard An empty bird feeder An empty riverbed An empty box of chocolates An empty cookie jar An empty wallet An empty dog house An empty bank account An empty vase An empty … Continue reading

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No More Veil

The Holy of Holies Where God dwelt Behind a veil The High Priest knelt The veil of blue Purple and scarlet Barred the way Because of debt When on the cross My Jesus died Darkness fell And women cried The … Continue reading

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Oh, Mercy Me

Tonight I’m going to see the Christian band Mercy Me. I’m so excited! I have third row tickets and it’s going to be awesome. To start the celebration, I decided to write a found poem using the lyrics from some of … Continue reading

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I Hope

I hope that I will always wonder I hope I’ll forever love The mercy of my Savior The grace that He bestows I hope that joy will help me I hope I’ll be so kind The peace of dear Jesus … Continue reading

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Where I’m From

I come from eucalyptus-lined dusty dirt roads with dust devils swirling by the sun shining bright and an above-ground pool in the backyard, adjacent to the garden where carrots grow, next to dill and pickling cucumbers, purple green beans and … Continue reading

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