Poem | Apart

| Apart | Sometimes I am astounded at my own arrogance. I want so much to gaze into the face of God, But I love my own eyes too much. So…I look away. “Tomorrow.” “Later.” “Sometime.” Never? “Oh Father, Your child is so lost—” I want to say— About— Someone else. So hateful! What is … Continue reading Poem | Apart

Socratic circle | October 2021

Hey, everyone! How are you all? Getting enough pumpkin spice in your system? 😉 Let's have another Socratic circle, shall we? *passes around steaming lattes and cozy sweaters* Last month's Socratic question asked, What does it mean to live "in between?" This was a tough one, and I was so excited to see how y'all … Continue reading Socratic circle | October 2021

Socratic circle | September 2021

Happy September, everyone! Are the fall/school vibes staring to kick in in your corner of the world yet? 😉 They have for me—so much so that I almost forgot to do this. XD Phew! As always, let's start this Socratic circle by reviewing last month's Socratic question, which asked, Why do you think Abraham Lincoln … Continue reading Socratic circle | September 2021

Poem | Waco

| Waco | Where the Magnolias bloom— Chip and Jo's shiplap-vision for their home. The Silos, gentle white pillars, catch the sun and Toss it through the windows of The church, Finely splintering light. And pews catch it and convert it To song and a special feeling, Almost returning meaning to that Worn place of … Continue reading Poem | Waco