I value you (poem)

I want to value you. The side-walk-sitting boys, hands blue from the cold they could not avoid. I want to value you. Short-girl-smoke-filled unsure of where she calls home and desperately searching to belong. I want to value you. Aged hands holding desperately to a listening ear, “please come near and do not leave me”,Continue reading “I value you (poem)”

Keyword: An interview with Angela Dawne.

Hello folks!  Today I’m interviewing my writing mentor and fellow blogger, Angela Dawne.  I have found Angela to be a fantastic thinker, writer, and encourager, and I hope you’ll enjoy my chat with her!  Hello Angela! Tell us a bit about yourself. Who are you? What brought you to Jesus? What’s your favourite thing aboutContinue reading “Keyword: An interview with Angela Dawne.”

uniformed

they’re wearingturned down faces and dejection likeit is a uniform they are privileged to own,forgetting that it is a loanfrom the consistently consumingculture created in our bellies, wewe stamp in time with a chantagreed upon before our existence,it isthe unwavering desired to be glorified by selfglorified by selfglorified byselfthere is safety in the masses untilContinue reading “uniformed”

dance

She is the dawn and I am the clouds she ever shyly tints. I am the reflective explosions of colour as she chooses where to leave her mark, Iam the birds first waking up after she rises, in my world I wish to control where she rises and sets butin truth there is no wayContinue reading “dance”