A moving poem on the power of letting God’s light into our lives, where joy and hope exist…
I tell myself, “don’t open that window –-
others will see the darkness within.”
But I deceive myself –-
I am really afraid of what my own eyes will see.
So keep the windows shut;
bolt the doors;
nail them all shut.
So much energy exerted
trying to harness the dark side of me;
my True-Self sacrificed on this altar.
Who knew the ordinary would invite the extraordinary?
an analogy opened before me . . .
a parable poised for the telling . . .
Do I dare peer into the vacant darkness?
Do I risk looking beyond framed obscurity into a greater reality?
What monsters will unleash their furor?
yes –- if I want to know the deep wonder of fully living . . .
for sure –- a sign of venturing intimacy . . .
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