Sunday, February 5, 2012
"The man or woman outside has a word for you"
O rarely will the thing you most
need rise to your hand.
O rarely will your love come to
you on your darkest day
with the precise counter-spell. O,
friend, why do you sit
and wait for the bell? Rise now
and open the drapes. The
man or woman outside has a
word for you. ...(more)
From "Walking on God's Good Side" by Corey Mesler. Complete poem at Curio Poetry.
Sunrise in the Catskill Mountains, Thomas Cole, 1826