This poem written in free verse is a reflective meditation of God's mercy and the soul's longing to be loved by Him and pleasing to Him.
Written from the perspective of a member, this poem observes the trials, tribulations, and victories of being a pastor to show the importance of purpose and having a personal relationship with the Most High.
My God, I feel a longingabove the face of the deep,deep within Me.I try to be strongin this worldI don't belong.My God, I feel a longingAs You bring me alongThis long, long pathto learn good from badand right from wrong.My God, I feel a longinglike lonesome stars wandering,wondering how to supplicateYour voice do fill this... Continue Reading →
This piece, published in Vibrations Magazine, is a reflection of the relationship between race and religion in America.
Il fait grandir les forêts Comme une maison pour les bêtes Pour les oiseaux qui vole Les vents leur boussole
As I ponder Your ways And thoughtfully reflect, I cannot neglect Your praise. How could I wake without Your grace?