Free to Wonder

Free to Wonder

Well, I thought this poem was only appropriate to post on a blog called LifeWonderments!

I have discovered that feeling my feelings, as archaic as that may sound, is an important part of healing. My feelings about old wounds or past transgressions are not always pleasant, but stuffing them is even more unpleasant and the result certainly isn’t anything worth writing about.

The result of feeling my feelings is that I am left Free to Wonder, not worry.

I hope you enjoy this poem and that it inspires you in just the way you need. ~Lisa

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  2. Wandered back to the Piglet Paper today through the MRT link… taking a lunch minute at the desk… today I may only stray a little farther into the real (or unreal) world.

    I also enjoyed the poem… and as Nan said, I enjoy what you have to share. My first thought is that there is probably more profit in song lyrics than in poetry contests :) Do I have a greedy mind? More exposure, too. Hmm… glory… cash… all the wrong motives… For all the greedy talk, I don’t seem to follow that up myself.

    On a more spiritual track, ‘God thoughts’ seem to linger in my head when set to music… this poem brings to mind Third Day’s “I’ve Always Loved You” from their TIME album. It has made it into my prayer journal recently. God’s amazing love for us! What a concept.

    Love and prayers, j

  3. Good one, Lisa! You might think of entering some of your poetry in the various poetry contests. I think they are good enough to win.

    Thank you for sharing them……you are definitely growing. The more it is about God, the less it is about me – and that is what gives me serenity.

    Love and blessings, Nan