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Poems by Sarah E. Morin: "God and Humanity: A Relationship", "Another Good Friday", and "Storms"

March 19, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

GOD AND HUMANITY: A RELATIONSHIP

 

Affection.

Insurrection.

Correction.

Rejection of Perfection.

Resurrection.

Reconnection.

 

 

 

 

ANOTHER GOOD FRIDAY

 

Let not this day grow stale,

the crumbs of Communion dry upon my tongue,

nor the wine turn

when my long-bottled faith is exposed to air.

 

Let me not soak my indifference into a sponge

as sour vinegar

and raise it on hyssop branch

to mock the lips of one who thirsts.

 

Let me not forget

the spilling out,

the red stains,

the taste of the True Wine.

 

 

 

STORMS

 

Jesus calmed the stormy sea.

Now let us contemplate

a longer-lasting legacy:

the storm he did create.

 

 

 

 

 

Sarah E. Morin has three great passions in life: God, books, and working with young people. She serves as a kidwrangler at Conner Prairie History Museum in Fishers, Indiana. She writes and performs unruly fairy tales and poems. Her first Christian fantasy novel, Waking Beauty, was published in April 2015. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and a state officer of Poetry Society of Indiana. When she grows up she wants to be a child prodigy. Visit her atsarahemorin.com.

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