Posts Tagged ‘home’


November 24, 2014

“M’Aide, m’aide!” You cry out
“Please help me!” You call, yet doubt
Doubt and tremble; you shake and cry
Cry out to Him, yet you trust by and by

By His stripes, you have been healed
Even though that’s not how you feel
You are His child; you are not alone
He will rescue you, and lead you home


Dear Places

August 14, 2012

We’re home again; it has been a grand time
I can’t find any way to express it, save for this rhyme
I learned how to let things go
I learned how to go with the flow

Flow makes me think of the rivers up there
I pray they’ll always be for all to share
May they always be pristine and clear
May nature always be what we hold dear

Dear places I remember from this summer
To loose these creations of God would be a bummer
We loose more each day
Because of how we work and play

Rosy Belonging

March 19, 2011

Warm and cozy
Sometimes rosy
A place where you belong
Where you can be strong

Strong yet vulnerable at the same time
A place where you can feel fine
At least, I pray you do
Whether it’s the where you live now or where you grew

Grew from a child to adulthood
There in your neighborhood
A place where you didn’t feel you had to roam
There’s no place like home.