Artist: Anonymous I waited patiently for the Lord; They inclined to me and heard my cry. – – I asked him if he’d meet me for coffeeOn a cold day, cold for CaliforniaAs the leaves were just beginning to crisp...Read More
I bought myself a pineapple in December.
Without thinking, plunked it in the basket.
It wasn’t on sale.
It wasn’t particularly colorful
It was mostly unripe—
Bright green, like bamboo,
With a foreshadowing of yellow.Read More
creation made co-heir,
how do I speak of glory
in this foreign land?Read More
Photo by Wayne de Klerk on Unsplash A shoot shall come out from the stump of Jesse, and a branch...Read More
I thought I knew you sufficiently well enough
Then I thought I’d outgrown you
As the corset of the church got too constricting
So I denied you altogether
But that was also presumptuous of me
For how can I ever land on one side of a debate as old as history
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