Infinite Road

This poem is inspired from viewing one of the posts from Alex Markovich Art.  His Watercolor Sketch 43 stopped me in my writing tracks.  Check out his site for further watercolor sketches, Russian postcards, and much more.  There are plenty of incredible images.

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Walking this lonely road

Losing count of each step

Packing life’s hefty load

Careful not to misstep


Miles of infinite road

Where will it finally end?

Life scanned, like some bar code

What lies around the bend?


Few answers on this road

Walking day after day

Needing life to reload

Feeling like nature’s prey


Danger lurks on this road

Always staying alert

Life delayed in safe mode

Old, worn boots kicking dirt


Life resembles this road

Challenges come and go

Heavy, infinite load

Never walking too slow

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Infinite God

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From 1 Peter 5:6-7:  “Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, so that He may exalt you in due time.  Cast all our anxiety oh Him, because He cares for you.”

God, our Creator

In Heaven above

Standing powerful

Sends infinite love


Father in Heaven

Promises fulfill

Support and courage

His infinite skill


Read God’s Holy Word

Be bold, come to Him

His love filled with care

His Grace overcomes sin


Walking with our Lord

His strong hands extend

Trust always in Him

No matter what has been


Miraculous brings

Infinite outcomes

Filled with sacred love

Like a beating drum


Our finite minds weep

Lack of faith descends

Our infinite God

Holds, never to bend


Our Lord’s specialty

Impossible makes

Genuine and true

His love, no mistake


Rely on God’s ways

Hopeless turns to hope

Strength overcomes weary

Walking life’s tightrope


God’s eternal love

Endures forever

He holds on to us

With faith, whenever

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