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About apronheadlilly

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

Window Shopping

Originally posted on A p r o n h e a d — Lilly:
The son through the window is just a prop, not the subject of the poem. 🙂 There are those who walk on by, not willing to…

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Furious Words

Words, words, analysis, paralysis, and the real needs of many are displaced and replaced with swirling, ever changing, news coverage. Money spent, reputations rent, as all of these Solomon moments, as all of these vacuous comments suck oxygen, abandon needy. … Continue reading

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A Sunday Rose

Originally posted on A p r o n h e a d — Lilly:
With fire and form and bursting light, life unfolds its fragile strands to live and breathe and die to live again.

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Enough

Known by many but known by few—image, identity, purpose twisted together, carnal and spiritual, an alienating stew, feeling just as alone in a group as alone; and I thought You would be enough, but . . . The rants and … Continue reading

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Simple Goals

Originally posted on A p r o n h e a d — Lilly:
I had simple goals as a child: I only wanted to be famous and change the world. Now, I realize with any and all accomplishments, my…

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Oh Sole Mio! ♪♪

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My Book of Uncommon Prayer–Surrender

Originally posted on A p r o n h e a d — Lilly:
Divine incursion, whisking away the holy subterfuge that makes me look so good, making quick work of my earthbound building blocks, so pretty yet shallow— tearing…

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Eyebrows Tell All . . . Hardly!

Originally posted on A p r o n h e a d — Lilly:
I read a magazine article that says the shape of a person’s eyebrows says a lot about the personality.  I mean, how wrong can it be since…

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Reel Faith

Many things you fear come to pass, but most don’t; and since you never know which will or won’t, it makes more sense to fear none. But my Pollyanna is more my Puddleglum, and my optimism quotient is tempered by … Continue reading

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Running to Catch Up

Originally posted on Apronhead:
Cycles of life, ups, downs, the twirling and twisting threads that interlace a life from time and biology and divine design, and it speeds up and slows down till I am dizzy. The simplicity of youth…

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