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The Fallows

10.06.17 Posted in today's words by

Murray Dunlap’s most recent poem to appear here was “Family Promise” (August 2017)

The Fallows
By Murray Dunlap

Life bleeds into darkness
While promising light
Hardship appears never-ending
In the worn paths of old ways
The fallows have no path
Nothing worn in, nothing proven
Life churns out hardship
But in the fallows lie hope
With hope, a path can be found
A way out
On God’s heel
We carve new paths
We seek out truth
We make ourselves whole
There is light in the fallows

One Response to “The Fallows”

  1. Wonderful, Murray! So heartfelt and expressed from your depth.

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