I wonder.Often, I wander.I wonder?Do you? I wonder how wonderingcan cause so many wanders.I wonder. How is the sky so blue? I wonder,oh, the sky is so gorgeously blue.I wanderseeing the sky so blue.God is the cause. He breathed the sky so blue God, our God,breathed me and you.His Being wanders always.He Is everywhere.His Wonder is all […]
Peace is calmbut hardworking, Quietbut well heard, Stillyet productive, Gentle and very strong, Relaxedwhile alert, In the spirit,Then the physical. This is what peace is not: Just the quiet,the sipping of tea on a warm winter afternoonwith a good book. But it is alsothis too.A soul feelingwhile working hard 14 hours a dayin horrific, painful weather. […]
Goodness: A Poem. I want to know what is good. So I’m musing today on the facts that define what is really, truly goodness.
I have many hopes and dreams. In this poem I share a few of them with you. And I wonder what you hope for.
What is love? I often wonder?
What is love? I often sigh.
This is the love that I ponder.
Love is simply Our God on High.
Joyfully, I want to live.
Joy, oh joy,
is the best gift to give.
Starting up where last week left off, we find Kyo and Islyn swiftly pursuing the fleeing soldiers they have conquered. Today’s post begins with Kyo’s perspective . . . * He was running hard, his heart pounding, when he remembered his horse. One shrill whistle brought the loyal beast galloping towards him. Trained well. Kyo noted […]
Surrounded by dangerous Shlavoin guards is where we previously left Islyn! And there, where last week’s story ended, today’s post begins . . . * “You thought you could escape?” The guard before me snarled. “As if!! Never in a million ballon days.” What are ballon days? Kyo, where are you when you need me? And horse, I […]
That night sleep was unwilling to overtake my mind, therefore I stayed awake, keeping watch and thinking over all that had happened. Stirring the fire quite often, I kept it a gentle murmuring light of combustion that flickered in the silence around me. “This outta be interesting.” I whispered to myself. “What an adventure!” My gaze found our […]
Continued from last week . . . We headed out of the village at a swift pace, the man was obviously in a hurry to get to the capital. The morning sun scurried across the sky as we followed or own, quick path below it. Two hours had passed when, quite abruptly, the man slowed our horses to a […]