Monthly Archives: June 2020

The Flowers are Still Blooming

Pandemic spring of my distress Giving way to emptiness Prison, shelter, refuge, home Feeling captively alone The flowers are still blooming Pandemic spring of isolation Quarantine, my deep frustration Locked in endless habitation Giving way to desperation The flowers are … Continue reading

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The Day We All Went Home

Pandemic stillness haunts my soul Stillness in the midst of strife Stillness in my quiet life The day we all went home Stillness Be still Be still and know that I am God An ancient, oft-ignored command That we may … Continue reading

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