Gardenia bloomed here.
Sight still unveiling splendor.
Lord, awash wonder.
Apart from You,
I feed on pretzel goldfish
and teeth-tearing a Twix wrapper open,
so I can once upon a time get my fix.
Though, I am sure this is the third
or fourth time I’ve craved this sugary
sickness. All these dead calories, somehow
my soul speaks: God knows you are hiding.
Why don’t you confess?
Confess I can’t live on bread alone.
Confess I’d like to fall in love with You
again, again, again, again, again,
again, again. Seven times over these
miliseconds, seconds, hours, days
I begin drifting away to doubting waves
heaving salt upon my frame. Shame
settling a bitter mourning dew
on these shriveled lips.
Confess if You have hemmed me behind,
before, Why do You seem faraway, Yahweh?
On Your shoulders, I wish to sit,
a daughter held in her Father’s strength.
Her portion. Her Elohim, promising,
If you think I’d leave you behind, forsake,
forget, or leave you, I can not. I do not
break My promise to father
the fatherless, warrior child.
Confess I’ve casted many a stone
cold word: failure, Crippled. Idiot.
Slow. Forgetting I am seen good.
Drawn in lovingkindness,
Voice sweet, face lovely
to You alone, Jesus.
Wake me, dear friend.
Take this rotting apple from my hands,
begging my death, begging to cover me
in fig leaves as Adam & Eve fearful
Your clear view.
This is beautiful. I love the way it’s animated and how she smiles at the end. Thanks for making my day, FZ 🙂
Whenever I am a bit sore or too tired to do anything active, I like to create art. I found a lady that made artwork out of nature and I decided to have a go at it. Her name is Justina Blakeney. She is really clever! Her artwork is titled ‘Face the Foliage’ and Mum showed me her account on Instagram.
Yesterday we drove to the park and went on a hunt for different coloured leaves, flowers and lots of other treasures from nature. Once we had collected all the things I needed for my art project, we went home and I started doing a plan on a blank piece of paper. Then I started the real thing and thought I would share how I did it with you. I am not going to tell you what the picture is because it is for me to know and…
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