Love is first patient during that long nine month wait So excited to meet you, desperately hoping you’re not late. Advertisements
It’s so dark, so dark, all around, there has been no sign of light for so long.
The days of terror have turned into weeks.
Overwhelmed. Wave after wave. Continue reading
As invading dampness in my clothes creates chaffing
I curse the terrible way this day is shaping.
Hugging my arms in close against the wind and the rain
I wonder if I’ll ever see home again.
Withdrawing in against the nausea and the fear Continue reading
“Now Jericho was securely shut up because of the children of Israel; none went out, and none came in. Continue reading
God told me to defect and I know I have to go, but I can’t get past this one question: What do you pack for a defection? Continue reading
Today I took up brick-laying. It’s not a skill I’ve had before but this day I felt an instinctive urge to lay some bricks. Continue reading
It’s a question humans just seemed wired to ask from that defining moment in toddlerhood when instinctively we ask “Why?” As pre-schoolers it’s “Why is the sky blue Mummy? Why do dogs Continue reading