This was a prose poem I wrote a few years ago after a long summer waiting in Yellowstone National Park. I was often alone and wondering where the next glimpse of hope would come from. I feel much the same way today and I hope you will enjoy! Did You know? When you created me…Continue reading “Poem – Believing in the Shadow”
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Locked Up and Locked Out
Locked Up and Locked Out Off Limits to those not in the “In” Emotionally Abandoned Physically Imprisoned. Where is the freedom of this? Home of the Imprisoned Our Vision Blurred Our Dream Crushed Only available to those who’ve stole it. Selfishness seemingly rewarded But Lifeless And never thriving, just simply dying.
There aren’t many ways to explainSome things just reflect Your majestyMaybe none other than a wild horse.Like this horse, I desire to be free.Unhinge me from these fences!Release me from this bondage!There’s no fear,Only splendor and grace,Doing what it was created to do.Moves like the windSounds like lightningA display of simple strength and purity,Unadulterated beautyContinue reading “Majesty”
Catching the Moment
I look up. A shorebird soars wings stretched from east to west, effortlessly rising on cool mountain air. I imagine myself flying with him so effortlessly, so free. Stretched out so wide bones are nearly out of joint, no longer crammed into such a small suffocating place. Would it be a dream to be soContinue reading “Catching the Moment”