Tag Archives: poetry

The Veil Is Thin Tonight

  The veil Between heaven And earth Is thin  Tonight And You My sweet Love Are most alluring Evasively intoxicating Stretched out Upon the horizon In rapturous  Beguiling beauty Gossamer garments Garland Your skin A shimmering tapestry Of timeless, translucent Transcendence Refracting Your radiance Pure light! The reckless raging Maelstrom of Your Love Bursting Into…
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Growing Up :: Life

I am cultivating silence in my life. It is not about eliminating the noise of life but becoming quiet in my mind and in my heart. I am cultivating rest in my life. Not inactivity but an interior stillness amidst everyday life which displaces driven-ness. I am cultivating weakness in my life. Being honest and…
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$3 Worth of God Please

I would like to buy $3 worth of God, please. Not enough to explode my soul or disturb my sleep, but just enough to equal a cup of warm milk or a snooze in the sunshine. I don’t want enough of God to make me love a black man or pick beets with a migrant.…
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Poetry as a Prayer Catalyst

Have you ever seen those frustrating pictures?  You know the ones. The kind that if you stare at them long enough and hard enough, from the right angle and you will see a hidden image?  I always find these frustrating because naturally, I tend to take things at face value but if I’m not careful,…
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The Cobled Path to Peace

World peace is a journey That begins with a single, faltering step Upon the cobbled path of inner peace. Inner peace is the perfection of inner healing. Inner healing is the fruit of acceptance. Acceptance is the tree of life That springs forth from Love. Love is the seed. Christ is the Seed. God is…
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