Not all poetry is confusing. Enjoy clear and concise meditations on specific moments and thoughts that are clever and kind. Come and welcome to this refreshing collection!
Meditate and Muse
The author James Joyce wrote a passage, then wrote it again, more obscurely, then wrote it a third time to obscure the meaning even more.
How much of poetry reading can feel like that.
This is not that.
Enjoy these single meditations of specific moments and thoughts.
Concise, clear, clever, kind.
Come, friend, and welcome.
In the beginning God created.
And the Spirit of God moved
Upon the face of the waters. Or
The Spirit hovered over
The emptiness and the darkness.
And from that chaos came creation.
The creation that, in the end, was very good.
But first God created chaos.
He could have first created order. But no.
The believer is described as a
Why would we assume no chaos?
Isn’t a mess always needed when something new
Springs forth? Then mess is no failure,
But simply the raw material for Jesus’ creation.
Real insights from real readers.
Adrienne Saur de Caballero