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Speaking to the Soul: Between one world and the next

Speaking to the Soul: Between one world and the next

Between one world and the next

holding on, praying, hoping

Fighting for this world and the next

unrest, willful, our own way

Then pleas of forgiveness

will God accept this broken

Life, lived and yet the cross

shows what is broken is

Sacred, a light to all who dare

to see the brilliance of the

Sky illumined with our prayers

between us held in offering

 


 

The Rev. Annette Joseph is rector at Holy Cross, Poplar Bluff Missouri. She is married to Richard and they have five children. Reflecting on life has always been a tool for deepening.

 

Image: by Annette Joseph

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