poetry

Love Letters to Darkness

Dear Darkness, Boldly quiet, ageless grace Still and steady resting space First born calm eternal place Did you ever anticipate the downfall of your reign? The pain The bane Your slayer’s dressed in white Dear Shadow, Cools and tempers scorching ground Holds my hand without a sound Protecting shield sheltering around Were you worried to… Continue reading Love Letters to Darkness

gospel, lament, poetry, promise

What If I Believe Too Much

That you would love me ever. Even if I went astray. Wander through the darkest caves. Not far enough from your reach. Black to white there’s nowhere lost. And you won’t lose me.  What if I have steadfast trust That you would call me always. Stalking never tiring of reaching for my hand. Even when… Continue reading What If I Believe Too Much