Paint the scene now, before ship takes a dive.
He doesn’t come / when you call / usually.
We find ourselves
we have choices
that make all the difference
Between the cadences.
The prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday (SoCS) is: “let go.” Write about the first thing that comes to mind … More
Away, aweigh, ’tis love which calls us forth;
The love which calls shall push us there as well.
When globe reveals what’s east, west, south or north
‘Tis heaven’s heat which rescues from cold hell.
This is how it will always be.
Who would do /
This / On purpose?
In general, I find a great deal of peace and predictability in the turning of the liturgical seasons. In other ways, it’s tremendously troublesome.
Always waiting. Always looking for what’s next. “OK, that one’s done, and I guess it didn’t ‘work’ either. What do we wait for next?”
I have to be honest; I’ve never liked this carol much.
Last night / We watched the candles / Lighted
This week marks Peace; It still evades.
Life finds a way / Love finds a way / Amor nos omnes liberavit
I want to live with Insides Out / Is ever too much Out in doubt?
The road from here is rocky danger /
And when we reach the end – who knows? / A peaceful path perchance yet stranger
The curtain crashed before the show was o’er, / So no one got to see the very end.
These days, anyone who says the Bible is “crystal clear” on anything beyond “God is love” is immediately suspect in my mind.
I’d scoffed at hints of mirthful pith; I once thought bliss a baseless myth.
We seek to do what few can understand / It doesn’t mean it isn’t worth the doing…
The chance to look backward is all bittersweet