Two Lined Triumph #5

Some people believe what they want to believe Finding comfort in falsity, avoiding truth that would set them free More Two Lined Triumphs 

Love, Omnipotent

​Attempts to escape Bed made in hell But there you are In the midst Wisdom, an ocean Knowledge, a river Fill me up Consume me with purpose Where can I go Where can I run  For you stretch forth  To every corner of the earth

Surrender My Sight

I had a vision problem. I had a vision problem which could not be rectified by a trip to the optometrist or a new set of glasses with a stronger perscription.  I had a vision problem that was deeply rooted in my past and supported by the lies of this age and my affinity for…

Declaration of Surrender

God is searching the earth for the one on whom He can depend. Someone who will do it His way, who won’t be led astray by the ways of this age. What is the current condition of your heart towards God?  Are you truly inclined to obey?  Will you stand boldly and say, “here I…

Patient Illusion

I think we are all waiting for something to happen: financial increase, a promotion on your job, a job itself, to write that book you know is in you, to record that song, and even healing and happiness. You have been waiting on God and the truth is as long as you use that excuse,…

Cascading Laughter

I laughed. As the tears threatened to flee my eyes. I blinked them away because strong people don’t cry. To hide my insecurities, To cover up my self uncertainty, I laughed. Masked by a sense of humor, I hastened to the punchline, As the tears threatened to flee my eyes. By and by a release…

Muhammad Ali

One Word Prompt: Smooth Remember him not as poetry made manifest in a boxing ring. Remember him not for the graceful flutter of butterfly wings while simultaneously landing punches with his words, the pain of a bee sting. Muhammad Ali was as smooth as he was aggressive. His fights like the sweet taste of butter…

The Mother’s Struggle

I watched. As Harambe dwarfed the young child,  power unchallenged and unmatched  imprisoned in an enclosure. One that only provides a shadow of the lush,  ripe and fertile environment of the wild. I watched. Sucking in my breath as massive hands gripped innocence grasping a new life by the limb and exposing society’s cognitive dissonance….