I look up & see
glittering sunlight meeting
my blued eyes.
The color changes back,
a morning grey veiling
My Darling I long gaze inside
the sweetest twinkle ever caught,
said forever, You would be my joy,
my pleasure at Your right hand,
eternally wed to Thee.
The sun twinkles
through leaves’ cracks.
a handful to confetti
An ending marriage
ceremony with nature’s rice.
Where I am, I shall unfold.
I wait to be sheltered in the Son,
splendorous light, heated completely.
Look at the ones surrounding you-
asking for answers, mouths scorching
& cowering becomes an earthy tradition timid bones as yours can’t seem to break.
Come, sit-rest your weariness upon shoulders unfailing.
Shh-I know the unrest shifting like rocks, waiting to be the avalanche willing you to lose timely breaths.
Jesus, rolls slowly off my tongue-
Us, you & I: married eternally,
but I can only see the weaving of a
dress unfit for a shaking body.
You look on me with grace,
lifting the veil patiently,
up, to reflect Light
given by You alone.