A Theory on the Evolution of Change

Since I left you, I have not felt anything strongly, at least not for an extended period of time. Neither great joy nor sadness. Not even a feeling of loss…

The Heavens Declare (from Psalm 19)

This poem is not meant to replace or add to Scripture, but to inspire us to understand and get re-enamored with its pages. You can find the Biblical text here.…

Alone in the Pain

Today we have a guest post from Erica Floret over at Undying Joy!! The cold pierced my heart, Bringing sorrow and fears. My eyes glazed over – Was this nightmare…

Human Rights

This poem is dedicated to each of the over 40 million babies who die every year due to abortion. If you, or someone you know, is considering abortion, please know…

Finality

Today we have a guest post from Essie-Marie Weigt. Finality– It’s reality, No diversion or duality. Life is a fading vapor, and we are crumpled up, like paper. Do we…

Trees

I am a sapling, standing, still, Trusting you to teach me how to rise above the hills. Brother, lead me to the bright sunlight; Show me how to reach the…

Seed

When I look down at the seeds, Today I see– I am really looking at myself, As they fight to be free. Because, somehow, we are all forever seeds. We…

Lament

A song of Jason. O Lord, hear me, for my heart is in turmoil within me; my soul cries to you in the morning. At noonday, my call is heard,…

A Christmas Carol

How soft the sound of tears, how loud the laugh— How soon the scab of sin becomes a grudge, and then with knock, nail, noise makes me a scrooge. To…