A Psalm Dearest Gabriel for You

I waited patiently for the Lord;    he turned to me and heard my cry.He lifted me out of the slimy pit,    out of the mud and mire;he set my feet on a rock    and gave me a firm place to stand.He put a new song in my mouth,    a … Continue reading

American Beauty

American Beauty

As a young country we have a bit to learn about being meek or what the Greeks called praios or praus. Far from the English term meek which lacks the blend of gentleness and strength, but rather praus refers to … Continue reading

On Becoming Noble

On Becoming Noble

But now,summer skies and firefliesfluttering in the North NodeNo one is worthier than anyone else in this world,merely reflections of you, divine emanation of you.All equally titled; let’s boon and declareunder the red light of that giving starflowing simultaneously from … Continue reading

To Die For

To Die For

At least I know one person who thinks I’m to die for…it’s all I need and so I’m not backing down from my end of the bargain. “Know not what they do,” can just as easily be changed, it’s essential … Continue reading

Dawning of Spring

Dawning of Spring

Closing in on the winter hardships, nothing says it more than bare feet on sun-soaked stone. Gifts we think are out of our reach until we feel life beneath our feet and look up. It’s evident, it’s all within reach … Continue reading

A Trapeze Act

A Trapeze Act

How is it my micro girl, a lengthy way in reaching her double digits, has more upper strength than me? I can’t complete this trapeze course and yet she swings back and forth with ease and doesn’t want to desert … Continue reading

Burden

Burden

Not much enviable snow to show the day after the first fall, especially on demanding lanes. It looks more like a tiring carpet, but this bank of clouds hovering over our heads may have more to unload. Clouds full of … Continue reading

Spirited One.

Let’s gather our strength of spirit…it’s what they fear the most. Forgive me if I’ve expressed this before, if I have it’s worth a repeat. It takes a few groggy minutes to wake, but when fully awakened this child’s spirit … Continue reading

Deliverance

Deliverance

Once upon a time ago, a five-year-old boy asked me for his hand. I accepted not knowing what it’s all about, nor the toil at hand. A quarter of a century later, that boy, still five-years-old, yearns for attention, searches … Continue reading

Asphalt Wonders

Asphalt Wonders

Imagine working this hard every time you return home? I’m glad I don’t have to do so, nothing against stairs but when carrying hefty groceries or accruements of forsaken items from the car back into their domicile places, well it’s … Continue reading