Come Sweet Deep
Wash over my sunburned soul
Soothe my withering heart
With your gentle breeze
I bruised the day
Erred against my brother
Now tears of regret return
To your sea of forgetfulness
As you wash my feet
Come Sweet Deep
Nice work, Karen.
Thank you, Eric. It is good to hear from you.
Great shot, Karen!
Thank you, Florida Blogger.
Very nice and very deep, beautiful picture
I am glad you liked it, Sandra.
that gentle breeze…awesome reminder of how we all need HIS refeshing touch. thanks for sharing.
I agree. Thank you for your comment.
The phrase ‘erred against my brother’ touched me. But i wonder; what tragic memory of your sister plot to drive me bonkers as an impressionable youth are you thinking of? Was it the electro shock therapy from the Lionel train set? Oh, wait. I did that to you, not the other way around.
(Although I’ll rarely admit it, I really do love your poetry and pictures.)
I used “brother” in the larger sense, Silly.
Now that I think of it, there was that little matter of swinging back too far with a bat and connecting with the catcher’s head–oh, was that you? Oops!
Deep colors and deep thoughts, MJ.
Ouch…you guys were tough on each other. 🙂
Not really, Scott. We love each other deeply, but enjoy a bit of teasing now and then. The baseball incident was an accident. The poem was not intended to be about my blood brother, but rather about my fellow man.
Thanks for your faithful support of my blog. I sincerely appreciate it.
Sparkling photos of Jesus Christ’s Creation! You have a blessed talent, Karen.
Thank you, Val. Any talent I display is a gift from the Father for which I am forever grateful. As for creation, it is a constant wonder to me.
WOW! That is possibly the best sunset photo I’ve seen. The blue at the top right differentiates it from all the others I’ve seen. Awesome!