Through Another Lens

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Waking up early on a darkened, rainy morn

Unable to walk, disrupting my usual norm

 

Turning off the news, craving a necessary break

Immersing in other blogs, with their unique take

 

Sharing thoughtful comments, here and there

Always reminded, so many people truly care

 

This stubborn mind stores much, obsolete clutter

Causing my mature engine to cough and sputter

 

Life’s music sometimes offers a stimulating tune

Witnessing other perspectives, into an afternoon

 

Discovering positive discussions, comforting my mind

Challenging me to see, we’ll endure and be just fine

 

Life’s lens sometimes fails, entirely clouded over

Like searching for a four-leaf, in a field of clover

 

As a culture, broadcasting anew from many landscapes

Exchanging ideas, opening our lens to exciting escapes

 

Our Lord, fashioning in us a curious intellect to wear

Stepping out, witnessing life as others wish to share

 

Reading God’s Word, helping to clear the murky view

Seeing life through His lens, aligning honest and true

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20 thoughts on “Through Another Lens

  1. i love how though many of us believe in different faiths, the idea of God keeps us all equally grounded. this is a beautiful poem, thank you for this!

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