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Now Grown
Posted by Larry - 12-5-18 16:04 - 0 comments
Now Grown

Now grown; from birth I never knew
what to expect, what would ensue
as each year passed. There was no guide
on steps to take until one died.
Yet, somehow, I have made it through

my life of seventy plus two
but still, unsure. What must I do
to know my best has been applied
now grown?

Shall I, with words and deeds, imbue
a testament of what is true
or actions which must be applied
each day? I’ll just let you decide
if I have touched hearts of a few,
now grown.
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agnostic***
Posted by JaxMyth - 11-22-18 21:15 - 2 comments
I've grasped the morning mist in search of God.
I've tried dissecting sunlight and have found
no joy. I'm told that it's amazing grace
that steers the blessed few to Holy Ground.

But what of us? We're damned by unbelief.
We're sure there's more and sure it can't be less
but what it is, without some faith, none know.
And I, a Doubting Thomas, will not guess.
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