"Invasion" written in Streambed's Ripple, which utilizes a mix of iambic pentameter and tetrameter lines, with a partial refrain in the center of each stanza
He was my enemy 'til I accepted him...
You saw me When I was invisible...
The Alabaster Box
No woman in her line could aim For grace.
What His Eyes See
She sees the oily shine of a complexion that hasn’t noticed puberty ended years ago. He sees a radiance that comes from beauty within. She sees crooked teeth marred with coffee stains. He sees a smile so warm it could melt a heart of stone. She sees calloused hands from all the times she forgot …
If it takes the wounds of a cherished friend to teach me more of my Savior, then I welcome them in spite of their pain.
Look Not on the Thorns
Our friendship includes pain Not unexpected, But the pricks are small compared to all We add to one another.
Diamante ~ Friendship Kindred spirits Sharing, giving, trusting...
Thankful for the Thorns
Dear God, I have never thanked You for my thorns. I’ve thanked You a thousand times for my roses, but never once for my thorns.
A VINTAGE LOVER
By Charles Robert Lindholm
elegance and grace
with classic lines
and a lovely face
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