eternity


Poets on street corners

bend back bars

for people passing

to witness, to signal

the sound of a heart

beating in time with eternity

—the single revelation

of a new believer

turning to see

who calls them now.

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PHOTO: I took this photo on the Island of Iona, Scotland on pilgrimage.

Isaiah 53:3 “He was despised and rejected by men, a man of sorrows,and familiar with suffering.”

 


My poems are published in: Crux, Alive Now, Presence Journal, Weavings, Island Journal, Prairie Journal, Prairie Messenger and Transition Mental Health Journal among others. My second collection of poems, Sky Under Water: poems for where we live is on ibooks. My third collection, Little Dove, is available by contacting me directly 2dayna@telus.net

4 thoughts on “eternity”

    1. Thanks Connie – I felt somehow the poem came full circle when spoken. I heard they were meant to be oral. Not sure why or if that applies to other forms of writing, but with poetry for sure, there is a fullness in being heard. – Blessings, Dayna

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