Category: Poetry

Will you not wait?

Will you not wait? Will you not tarry? Did our King not tell us, of this world to be wary? The instruction they gave, and the words they spoke, To us the utmost importance, to others a joke. We have seen His hand move, and experienced His power, Will you not listen to His word, …

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Nerf Wars

While at Bible college, the two halls of the dorm I stayed in, had some extra money, and we decided to be a bit childish. We bought Nerf guns. Most of us opted for the classic 6 shot maverick. We had some legitimate wars. Complete with battle cries, and our own flags. The rhyme is …

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Solitude (a poem)

I wrote this 8 years ago. Nearly to the day. Just three months before I met Marie. Two years later…She would become my wife. February 12th, 2010… I feel so alone, and a close relationship is desired, but I am not driven by those forces, though thoughts are inspired. Thoughts of being stroked to sleep, …

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In your weakness He is stronger

I am going to be something different today, My left shoulder has gone through a lot of injury and abuse. It has been dislocated three times. The rotator cuff has been torn…twice, and I even managed to tear a tendon in there as well. And because of all the injuries, there is a lot of …

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Utter Blackness

I wrote this in December of 2009. The October before I was dealt a rather crushing blow. And I don’t want to go into specifics. The aftermath of that “blow”  was felt for months that followed.  The end result taught me some valuable lessons and around the middle of the next April, I had gotten …

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Akulamappie

I wrote these two works some time ago. With the upcoming lunar eclipse I find myself looking at the night sky more often. The amazing thing about this eclipse…It is a blue moon, (second full moon in the same month) A super moon, (a full moon at its closest point to earth in the moons …

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