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Jubilee

Vision, clarity, direction,
gratitude, receptive heart,
Life gently weaves a web of wholeness,
and what the locusts have devoured,
now with courage gained in Christ,
from ruined harvests I depart.

Holding on to persons,
taking things for granted,
halts the wheel of progress--
rolling to unfold
life, truth, selfless love.

A purpose thrives
in what the Creator upholds and feeds,
increase, not lack,
whereto His wisdom leads.
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Submitted on April 05, 2018

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Donka Kristeva

I write thoughts God gives me along my spiritual journey. To me this journey is the most challenging but also the most exciting one can ever undertake. I hope my poetry would inspire, encourage and give hope and insights to readers. more…

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