Category Archives: Devotional Poetry

Untitled Catastrophe

Beloved, Your eyes, How You look at me – My blood is ice, My heart melts, I am riveted in place. I can only wait, Fearing – Hoping – You will Devour me. Advertisements

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The Lesson

It is not a game But a dance. Never the same for long, The steps don’t always Seem to match the music And yet it works. Somehow. Often awkwardly. I stumble over my feet (or His) But He keeps leading … Continue reading

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Loving a Savage God

Like loving the prairie: The wide, open plains, So empty, bleak Even in summer. Heart-stoppingly beautiful. Holy awe and terror, Knowing how small and alone you are In the face of all this Vast, stark wildness That you know cares … Continue reading

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A thousand small dams, now less functional

I have cried more Since You came into my life Than I did over a handful of years Preceding that, and over more Different things than I ever knew I’d need to: Issues being avoided, New realizations, Impending losses – … Continue reading

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