Throw your stonesinto the river. Let them sink deepdown where they belong. For every judgment passed on anotherwill come back against you. More love; fewer stones. -akw- ___ ©2022 Angel K WillBlog Photo by Harrison Fitts from Pexels Live Inspired, Love Well, Laugh Often.Connect on social and more, click here.
I reached for cotton floating through the air;grasp after grasp it evaded my clutch,floating effortlessly between my fingers. Then I reached out with an open handand the cotton propped against my palm;I slowly guided it toward meuntil it dropped into my lap. Working together we found a state of harmony. Then with my hand still…
Broken to Open
I have found the beauty of brokennessis that it gets me to a point of opennesswhich is a necessity for experiencing God. -akw- ___ ©2022 Angel K WillBlog Photo by Evie Shaffer from Pexels Live Inspired, Love Well, Laugh Often.Connect on social and more, click here.
A Haiku: Communion
Be still and aware;communion awaits with Godwhen I am open. -akw- ___©2021 Angel K WillPhoto by Asad Photo Maldives from Pexels Photo+Graphic Art by -akw-, click here. ** This haiku is included in the book — GOD is so much more: a poetry collection — click here for details. **
A Haiku: Stay
I allowed you inBeauty and scars visibleAnd you said “I’ll stay” -akw- ___©2021 Angel K WillPhoto by Arina Krasnikova from Pexels