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Now my tendrilled soul,
Has found its pergola-- Christ--
To wind its way up....
Hands of jagged cliffs
Reach to cup clear mountain wine
for Raul's contest - Rhythm of the Falls
Ocean waves cry out,
From the center of the sea:
With faith to reach land.
brown gives way to green
as cold surrenders to warm
death succumbs to life
Silence can deceive
One's quiet to understand
Another to destroy
--Your Persona, Captures Elegance,
Your Heart, Values At Top Rate,
Your Soul, Priceless, GODS LOve--
nature’s love precepts
accumulate, circulate –-
wisdom’s pools of truth
*In honor of John Freeman’s “The Precept: Nature’s Haiku” contest
Ain't a word, you said.
but it takes a daring gust
for things start to be.
He baptized my heart with Holy water,
Rivers pure and clean.
He has set my feet upon the rock,
With a measure of faith in things unseen.
Like the hands of moses lifted high,
I will call upon him, he will hear my cry.
If I should stumble, he will break the fall,
his arms are stretched to reach us all.
I love you Jesus from my heart,
because you loved me first.
You meet my every need,
and quench my every thirst!
Hold fast my heart to the one
who gave his life for me,
Rejoice because he has loosed the chains,
and set this captive free!
stones in thin water
hunched like spines of animals
waters whisper through