#SoCS: Undone

Who am I that I breathe and live upright?

Under constellation of blazing stars

Staring at the morning’s first rays of light

Living in a world filled with mixed bizarre


Who am I to be counted in the fold

One of his sheep that grazes over time

A child from a rib, neither young nor old

Waiting for forgiveness of one’s own grime


Who am I standing here in pondered pause

Faith borne of hope in a fragile abode

While fighting for desire or peaceful cause

A cross passes on blackened bloody road


It is by grace that we exist as one

It is by His death that sins are undone


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Stream of Consciousness Saturday is the brainchild of author Linda G. Hill. Every Friday, Linda provides her followers with an inspiring blogger’s prompt. It can be a word or words and sometimes bonus points are involved (my favorite). Linda asks us to write without editing, other than correcting spelling errors.

Just go with the flow.

Like a babbling brook or rain drops. Click HERE if this type of writing floats your boat or helps with your decision-making. Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “start with who/whom” Begin your post with either “who” or “whom” and go from there. Have fun!

19 responses to #SoCS: Undone

  1. Dan Antion says:

    This is so good, Mary! Thank you for sharing these wonderful thoughts with us for Easter.

    Happy Easter!

  2. murisopsis says:

    A beautiful poem! The sacrifice so great and my fault as well. It is humbling. Thanks for posting this one – it is amazing!

  3. JoAnna says:

    Your recent poems have moved me spiritually. When I read this well-positioned line: “A cross passes on blackened bloody road,” I felt transported for instant with a spiritual shiver. The cross was like a shadow passing me as I stood in the crowd, humbled then awakened by a glimpse of grace.

    • bikerchick57 says:

      I’m humbled that this sonnet has moved you, JoAnna. I felt very contemplative this past week…moved by both emotion and spirit. Have a wonderful Easter!

  4. Absolutely beautiful! One of my favorite sayings is “I’m comfortably insignificant.”. Knowing that there are forces larger than ourselves is a great comfort. Happy Easter!

    • bikerchick57 says:

      Thank you for the kind comment Susan. If we could all be comfortably insignificant, there would be a lot less ego and a lot more faith and goodness.

  5. Cynthia Praski says:

    Lovely! “Pondered pause” was my favorite phrase.

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