Tag Archives: Light

I choose the dark

“Somewhere in the shadows we find faith that is bold enough to chase away our fears, that is bold enough to chase away our tears.” Joe Jencks During this “sun-less” season in the northern hemisphere, and in the season of … Continue reading

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Maybe

Some days a spiritual life resembles a sunrise hike through old growth forest. We stumble through the trees on intermittently illumined paths, stubbing our toes on roots, threatened by unruly underbrush, and evading fear of what creatures are nested in the … Continue reading

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Kentucky Sunday

a wild bouquet of 3-year-olds fling themselves into water jets and sit down before dissolving into a crowd of guardians and water play   oh the racket! of 5-year-old boys who are deliriously happy being doused by buckets of water … Continue reading

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Bittersweet

I am a tender-hearted woman. I empathize easily; I am touched by pain, joy, the color of a cherry blossom or the clarity of a night’s sky, the feel of lambs ear and the sound of water falling on leaves, … Continue reading

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Ajar

crack the door open and let the light slide in just a tiny bit is fine no need to fling it open all at once light takes some getting used to it’ll hurt your eyes and your nose could get … Continue reading

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Push Back the Darkness

THIS is what I’ve been trying to communicate with the visionary part of my life. It’s just the lyric – there is music that goes with it. I think it might become the title track to my next CD. Let … Continue reading

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