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A Limping Life

Originally posted on Apronhead:
I heard your whisper in the wind, and I leaned to listen; but my lisping voice rose rough and rasping, replaying all the shame moments, the named moments—over and over, owning their bite. I glimpsed your…

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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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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! â™ªâ™ª

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My Book of Uncommon Prayer–Surrender

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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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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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My Book of Uncommon Prayers: I Still Believe

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Your brokenness has broken me; what has shattered in you has sent thin shards, piercing my surety, and I have been left with disappointment and sadness, lying limp on this rock foundation. I still believe—help Thou…

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