Waking up to a world of delight? Or caught in ditches of sorrows? Do you look to the future with hopeful eyes Or gaze at endless tomorrows? Edging close to where the ground ends, The place where we take to our wings? Or shuffling along, in deepening gloom, As a heavenly chorus sings? Wherever light … Continue reading Where Does Today Find You?
There is Light And there is Darkness And we are glass. Purified So Day can shine through us Illuminating hearts, Changing lives. Or clouded So only Night can glare Shriveling flowers, Darkening worlds. We may be warped by our choices Whether Light Whether Darkness Until we can no longer change sides. Set … Continue reading Glass
For: Ten Quote Tuesday #17 Start out a scene with this phrase, “I refuse to close my eyes anymore.” I ended up using it at the end, and it turned more into poetry than prose. Thanks go to Ryan Lanz and A Writer's Path for the inspiration! The world is darker than my imagination. … Continue reading With Open Eyes
You know the story is done when the book is finished. But the book never seems to end. And I wish you were still here. If I could speak to you, maybe I would know the ending. When good is enough. When the lights dim, do we still see starlight? Or has the abyss … Continue reading Lights Dim
A Glimpse at the Writing Philosophy of the Man who created Thursday on Tuesday As part of our ongoing series on a Christian Aesthetic (the philosophy a Christian could or should have when dealing with all things artistic), this was due out yesterday, but since its focus is on G. K. Chesterton, the writer famous … Continue reading One Day Late or Two Days Early…