This child limping Long for Jesus’s power To heal with a touch Advertisements
A joyous privilege To watch these children grow up Perhaps be helpful Fatherhood is an amazing privilege. Watching, not just my son, but all these kids around him, grow into these interesting and amazing young men and women fills me with pride and wonder.
A friend and daughter The gentle kiss upon her head Witnessing sweetness
“My dad is dying” My son’s friend was telling me “I don’t want to go” “Not there when I needed him” Dreadful thoughts for a young mind
Sandra Bacchi, a Pittsburgh based photographer and cinematographer I discovered via Edge of Humanity Magazine. Her current project, “Watermelons Are Not Strawberries” stuns me with its beauty. ‘Watermelons Are Not Strawberries’ is a work-in-progress, as I continually seek to better understand myself and increase my awareness of how I react to challenges related to my experiences […]
It’s not quite six yet Which I still find “too early” The boy’s in high school I’m still adapting to the high school schedule. That will come. That will come.
Looking towards the moon The high school students inside And now I adapt
Nothing is sadder Than a child’s funeral Winter’s emptiness It’s been several months since we buried my friend’s son. It was a wretched, painful day. I never want to feel that way again. Sadly, the odds are against me.
Clothes, Simply… Just clothes Arguments burst forth And I cant…. Children fighting Like this thing Defends innocent Lives No willingness to Give, to attempt Anything outside The preconceived “I won’t find ANYTHING” in this Place I’ve not yet Seen. Frustrated at my Failure… No understanding or Trusting in my Experience All I’ve done All I […]
It delights me so To see the kids around me Make better choices