Monthly Archives: September 2013

More on the Mobius Strip of Love

On Saturday I posted a poem that tries to tell the story of the moment God got a hold of me for good, the moment God wrapped me up in arms of love and spoke to my heart: I love you, … Continue reading

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I held my newborn child to my heart and

I held my newborn child to my heart and God was a wave that knocked me ass over elbow and as I tumbled tumbled in that sea of Love God spoke to my soul: I love you as you love … Continue reading

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The Assignment

The assignment, as I understood it, was to comb through the files of childhood memories—everyday, quotidian memories—pull some out, dust them off, then combine with the given template.  I did the assignment (good girl, pat on the head and all … Continue reading

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