A Feeble Fable

*************************************A reminder to forge a life in community. We need each other in this faith walk.

A p r o n h e a d -- Lilly

I walked along the twisting path, a steep drop off on my right, a rocky wall on my left.  Every step was measured and sure to avoid the rocks and shards of pottery from discarded vessels, which held all manner of useless stuff.  I, too, some time back had found it necessary to shift my load and only carry necessary water, food, and the book of directions.  The further I had walked the thin, grey road, the more unnecessary certain once vital stores had become.

Common though it was to come upon cast offs, I was a bit surprised when rounding a rather sharp bend, I saw by the side of the path a piece of red flesh, ripe and dripping, pulsing and heaving almost in time with my labored breaths.  This was not the useless gems and mementos of the old life down the hill.  This seemed alive and perhaps…

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wife and mother, musician, composer / poet, teacher, and observer of the world, flawed Christ-follower
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