Who do you need to let go of? What needs to change in order to make the most of your life?
Praise the God of the Universe for your journey to breakthroughs.
Be content with what you’ve been given
By Leah Jordan Meahl Life is wavering water, Uncontrolled is how she behaves, But I AM enough. Endlessly moving, Yet forever enslaved, Life is wavering water Though the raging sea may capture, And send treasures to their graves, I AM enough. In anger she devours, But for the thirsty, she saves,Continue reading “I AM Enough”
Love is Drinking water from the mouth of Hades. A liquid flaming gold, Scooped from the river of fire itself. ¯ The lava leaves burning scars on my lips, My soul is but melted rock, Indistinguishable. My insides boil, Bubbling red until The heat, no longer contained Erupts. ¯ Molten tears race down my skin,Continue reading “Unquenched”
by Leah Jordan Meahl He told me: “I am the moon. If you want to make footprints on my surface or bathe in my radiance, First follow the starry path I’ve laid out For you.” They fell before me, marking the way. On each one I stepped, Leaping and landing on the sparklersContinue reading “Starlit Path”
By Leah Jordan Meahl A tight embrace to melt the edge of loneliness To feel a beating heart—a lullaby desire. The brush of skin, though not my own Full of life, of breath, I cry desire. Asleep, awake, my thoughts are captivated By your face, though blurry, O thy desire. YouContinue reading “Feeding Desire”
By Leah Jordan Meahl For the dove flies on, Leaving a trail of red below The flag—at half-staff. Streams of fire replace the stars, Across the sea sees the fading glow, For the dove flies on. The heart strings are drawn, As the fabric hangs low, The flag—at half-staff. A proudContinue reading “2016: The Year of Half Staff”
By Leah Jordan Meahl O majestic watchman of the night, Whose soft iridescent glow transfixes, Stops me dead in awe of your sight, No eye can avoid your captivating presence. The world’s lighthouse, brilliant and true Takes gentle care of what lies in darkness. Each sundown reveals your face anew, Big, bright, and beautifulContinue reading “Ode to the Moon Beam”