Category Archive: God


::What would happen if one woman told the truth about her life? The world would split open.:: {Muriel Rukeyser} this isn’t a feel good holiday post. my religious scramblings are not all tied… Continue reading


somehow life has brought me to this empty hall I see pictures of times gone by mementos of long ago faces sharing a life who will witness these beautiful ones? who will witness… Continue reading

{the truth it burns}

~ the truth it burns blazing in my bones they don’t really see it see me see her and her and what really happened how can something so large remain so invisible? something… Continue reading


“I can’t go back to yesterday because I was a different person then.” ― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland ~ pain swirling around me make it stop silence pierces the void what do… Continue reading

{too much}

See, the thing is, just because Christianity as a spiritual and social entity has traditonally acted as a kind of catch-all for vulnerable people, doesn’t mean Christianity as an institution and culture is… Continue reading


I need the age-old comfort, and I don’t want to turn to you I ache for assurance, and I don’t believe in you like I used to I long for light, and I… Continue reading

{Gratitude in Unusual Spaces}

I am grateful for an aching body, it means I am alive and whatever these pangs are, whether physical, spiritual, or relational, they are real, they are me in this moment. I am… Continue reading


  I remember the taste the feeling of nearness the rush of your spirit tingling as I was aware   cut to the bone now tattered and worn your face a memory you… Continue reading


Wars inside Invisible externally Internal shreds of a life Seen but not really Heard but not witnessed Passed over as I lay bleeding Does no one care to lend some aid? Can anyone… Continue reading

{Chasing A Wild God}

:: “We live our lives before the wild, dangerous, unfettered and free character of the living God.” (Walter Brueggemann) ~ “Then he isn’t safe?” said Lucy. “Safe?” said Mr. Beaver; “don’t you hear… Continue reading