Trilogy

Into Being

Perfect symmetry:

leaves, feathers, webs, DNA.

Behold Your grand works!

 

Master Painter

Your painter’s palette

indigo mountains, snow clouds

vermillion sunsets,

golden stalks, blood red blossoms,

jade grass, sapphire waters

 

Embodied

We are

masterpiece, heir

intricate, spun with care,

a woven, warp-free tapestry;

Mercy

24 comments

  1. You can certainly see your enthjsiasm within the work you write.
    The world hopss for more passionate writers like you who are not afrqid to say how they believe.
    All the time go after your heart.

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    1. Thank you so much for your encouragement.

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  2. Lovely poetry. 🙂

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    1. Thank you! Have a blessed Sunday.

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  3. Beautiful words

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    1. Thank you very much, Darrell.

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  4. I agree with the others, beautifully written. Thanks for the inspiration. 🙂

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    1. Bless you, Mel. I always appreciate your encouragement.

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    1. warp, as in a bending away from true direction or course – the analogy is sin-free. He creates us pure, in His image. We’re the ones, having freedom of choice, who wander off the course. In His mercy and grace, He always welcomes us back.

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      1. Gottcha! I understand the wandering off course thing. I’m off for a couple of months for surgery recovery and am squaring up with The Lord about all of this. There are some difficult things ahead but they aren’t here yet! Love your writting. It’s a constant encouragement and challenge to me. I ask a lot of questions, so be prepared!

        Jekyll

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      2. Happy to answer any questions if I have the answers. If not, I’ll go to Him and get back to you.

        I’ll be praying for you re: the surgery. I hope it’s not serious. Glad you are abiding in Him. Stay the course – the race is long; keep your eyes on the prize, my friend.

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  5. Beautiful, vivid metaphors. Wow, Susan. This should be printed, framed and hung.

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    1. OMGosh, thank you Beth. I’m stunned at this comment. You just made my day! 😀

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  6. Love it! It is beautiful!

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    1. Thank you, Chrystal!

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  7. Beautiful imagery cast on a canvas divinely designed by our Creator in the inspired telling by a lovely poetess named Susan!

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    1. 😀 Bless you.

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  8. Both clever and lovely, Susan. Nicely done.

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    1. Thank you. I find I truly enjoy this Sunday praise.

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      1. A double entendre! Praise, as in your writing is a form of praise; praise, as in my admiration of your writing is praise; or both?

        P.S. Thanks for the book reviews, Susan. Much appreciated. ❤

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      2. Oh, my, I didn’t think about the comments. Now I’m truly embarrassed! :-0 No, I meant praising Him. I enjoy praising Him in public.

        And you’re most welcome!

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      3. I rather suspected that this was the case, Susan. The other interpretation just wasn’t you.

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