Thursday, September 21, 2006

Learning Curve

Learning Curve

A spiritual aura occurs at the most painful times
of our lives and the Lord gives away subtle signs.
Sleepless pain can be relinquished, thus changing
shape and form, without waging a battle against it.
Acceptance is the key to the Lord’s deliverance.
Perseverance and tenacity strengthen; tolerance
thresholds heighten to the next level, making
co-habitation with pain a more bearable event,
rendering a seemingly impossible situation viable.

Romans

3. We also rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering
works perseverance;

4. and perseverance, proven character; and proven character, hope:

5. and hope doesn't disappoint us, because God's love
has been poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit
who was given to us.

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3 comments:

the laughorist said...

All things work to the good. Thanks for stopping at my site. I believe I fixed the problem you referred to; it was ad-related. I deleted the script, and it seems to be smoother now. Pax tecum.

muse said...

My goodness, how do you DO that? Everything you write just... flows. But I want to challenge you to do something, if you're up to it (I know you've been going through a lot lately); write something totally plain. Devoid of flowery language. Simple words, simple phrases. I know it might not inspire you, and if not, that's cool. I just think it would be amazing to see what comes out, eloquent as you are. Your flowering tounge and fluid prose paint such stark, beautiful pictures, even though your words are anything but. Will your pictures be lush if your words are not? ^.^ I'd like to see.

Get better soon, poet,
~muse

CoralPoetry said...

The laughorist

Thanks for your visit. Peace to you and yours.

Muse

Thanks for your good wishes. There's a new poem in an old post. It is called "Greenmoon Popups". It was written in response to your challenge.

Kind regards
Coral