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Caught in Flight

The beat of wings A swoop A splash The silver shimmer curved gracefully in the talons of a great bird We are all caught by that which is greater than we Chose whose dinner you wish to be with Grace

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Schooling

I stand on the bridge Staring into the spring run Watching small schools of silver dance in the crystal water. The past, present,and future swim before my eyes, As water spills onto cheeks and into rivers.

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Salvation

A day of reflections at the beach, Where the wet sand mirrored the sky, And the eastern clouds reflected the sunset. . Two people were married as two people walking their dogs looked on. And a little girl picked up … Continue reading

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Deep

I went to the springs today, In need of baptism, Again… I was not alone…. You were there. . The crystal water, Pristine . What does that mean? Pure? Real. The thing About natural springs Is that though they may … Continue reading

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Offerings

Flashes of silver offered themselves up to the sky. An osprey glides across the wind, grateful. . As am i. I offer myself up and glide across the wings of Your Spirit.

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Life sounds

Can you hear the life here?

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Don’t you sea?

It was a day like any other day when everything changes and you can’t sea it. did you sea the sun rise?  The finned swimmed, and the sun rose high in the sky  and fell into the water to play … Continue reading

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