|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by A. Paige White on 06/28/12 at 03:55 PM|
Wow, Jill. This is one of those poems that make me glad I spent time with another in prayer this morning seeking God's face and His will be done in my life. Funnily enough a book about King David (a murderer) dropped into our hands recently. Yet, he was a man after God's heart. Yet another paradox when it comes to truly knowing God. There are no simplistic answers are there?
|Posted by Jersey D Gibson on 06/28/12 at 11:44 PM|
This is definately a refreshing slap to the face. I definately like this one!
|Posted by George Hoerner on 06/29/12 at 05:39 PM|
We rarely stop to think about the words we use in the heat of arguement. Sometimes they can feel like a knife running right through the heart! Really nice write lady.
|Posted by Kristina Woodhill on 06/30/12 at 03:29 PM|
Indeed. It is amazing to read the comments in many blogs online. I never would have imagined what goes on in some minds before the internet. Thanks, Jilly.
|Posted by Elizabeth Shaw on 07/03/12 at 12:29 AM|
i love the title and each verse really hits home; a lot of folks would do well to read this and number I imagine would like to quote it verbatim; nicely done!
|Posted by Laura Doom on 07/07/12 at 10:40 AM|
The 'weapons effect'; this fire is spreading...
|Posted by Magnolia Moonpie on 07/12/12 at 12:37 AM|
I really like this.
|Posted by Ken Harnisch on 07/12/12 at 12:42 PM|
So different from your usual sensual offerings Jill..and therefore most powerful. And knowing such murderers as you describe,I look at this poem as a double rapier thrust to the soul.
|Posted by Chris Sorrenti on 07/12/12 at 10:44 PM|
Excellent expression Jill. Thought provoking. I've met a few people like that over the years.