Tag: Poetry

Sweat and Blood

Then I heard, yes I was taught
My redemption had been bought

The Little Runway

The little runaway.
He must head home today.

Precious Souls

Jonah wanted justice: He sought fury from God’s fists…

fix my heart

I thought that love could fix my heart- Until my world fell apart.

None Who Wait (Psalm 25)

“None who wait
upon the Lord…”

In Love with Another Man (Poem)

When I came to visit, you did not say, “I’m in love with another man.” You welcomed me in and asked me to stay. I realize now, I should have ran. But I let emotion lead me astray, hoping that I could hold your… Continue Reading “In Love with Another Man (Poem)”

Leaves Like Fire

Freshly fallen drops like sapphireflash and sparkle at first dawn. Golden, glowing leaves like fireform a blanket on the lawn. Stretching shadows cast by spirestell us all that Summer’s gone. Wills Osborn (9/23/18)

In Awe (poem)

When I came to the end of my weakness and pain, and realized the death of Christ was my gain; It’s in that moment I finally saw: I didn’t need strength, I just needed awe. But He gave me power and covered my shame,… Continue Reading “In Awe (poem)”

Allie’s Fears (Poem + Story)

“Is there something you’re afraid of?” I asked Allie one day. “I’ve heard so much about God’s love- But don’t know what He’d say… If I should ask the God above ‘Oh Lord, please, can I stay?’ I fear He might give me a… Continue Reading “Allie’s Fears (Poem + Story)”

Pitter Patter

A girl stands in the rain Pitter patter Humiliating shame Bruised and battered No chance of being vain Clothes in tatters The sweet girls name is Jane Yes, she matters. -Wills Osborn (3/23/18)