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Stellar,

is but a word

that can’t begin to describe Him.

Purity,

dripping from His palms

floods into oceans with a flick.

Awe,

becomes a word

at the atoms’ first glimpse.

Reign,

creating worlds

of life to love and care for.

King,

of all kings

the word only lacking His Majesty.

Space,

He fills with time

inching forward on a spec of dust.

 

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Nebulae,

circling arms of light

warming our every moment of sight.

Oath,

after oath He gave

showering us with all His love.

Writer,

the Author of it all

carved in sapphire with a sigh.

 

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Fire,

held in His hand

dances for the first time.

Light,

answers His call

shining as his Father asks.

Aura,

He filled with Holy Spirit

giving choice to us colored with hope.

Miracles,

abound each moment

with eyes to see and ears to hear.

Incredible,

how deeply God

the only God loves His children.

Never,

will He walk away

for He carries us wherever He goes.

Grace,

He pours to fill space

As Time He Counts Us Eternally.

 

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Thank You YHVH… for it all

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Anticipation

trees and fog

not haunted

simply soft, echoing

a deep flutter

a twig heartbroken

one becomes three, four

whispers chilled to drops

grasping the tips of leaves

pierced by needles

shivering

in anticipation

of the warm kiss

of light

 

 

 

(taken at dawn below our paragliding launch zone)

color me in light

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color my world with bright blue that’s not sad

pine or neon green that’s not a fad

and purples that just must be had

fill my sky’s with yellows that scream

to become red’s that sometimes dream

to be oranges that taste of soft cream

for black feels empty and shadowed

and browns feel dirty like a long road

and grey seems such a heavy load

so only give me glorious sunrise light

still strong enough at sunset to fight

for love… this is God’s pure white light

What if there were no colors…

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What if there were no colors…

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What if there were no colors,

our world in just black and white,

would you wake up each day,

thanking God for the glorious light?

No rainbow trout to slink through the blue,

no sunrise or sets in orange, purple or red,

no human differences in skin tone seen,

or deadly excuses for condemnation said.

Would you miss the peacock feathers,

hummingbird views from my window sills,

only oceans of black sea to drown me in,

no fall colors to flame the hills?

What if sunshine was plain old white,

or flowers were shades of grey,

would you still see the Glory,

God created for us each day?

I can’t imagine ever being blind,

missing the colors in a fresh wet rainbow,

birds, animals, insects, and mountains,

Dear God, I pray, we will never know.