Journey of True Heart Prayer

Journey of True Heart Prayer

Journey of True Heart Prayer

      The following poem is about Journey of True Heart Prayer we can share in this occasion to dedicate someone who we respect because of his wise life. (also read : Release Me and Do not Tear When I am Gone)

Below is the poem about Journey of True Heart Prayer:

Journey of True Heart Prayer

It is not night; it is not day;

The earth lies quivering to the dew:

Shall we not love Him? Many humans may.

Ooh, here a lover passes by.

Down a green shadowy path, he goes

And in his shoulder he bears a rose,

Still praying that his heart is true.

Creeps the low darkness where the eve

Growth gloomier and sooner

The lover prays. And doth he grieves

Hark how he sings! high heavenly clear,

Chief messenger of light to cheer

The brown earth and that bides thereon.

Listen, and we shall leave the earth,

Brooding no more o’er baser things.

My lily love hath rosy worth!

Like to a happy flower she prays!

Glories have come up in his eyes—

Wrap in a fire he leaps, he flies . . .

Not for himself the lover prays.

In every loveless lane or way

Hearts have been heavy, prison-cold:

For all who only moan and pray read more

True Love of Mother and Son

True Love of Mother and Son

True Love of Mother and Son

True Love of Mother and Son

       Freeman’s mom only had one eye. He hated her, she was such an embarrassment. His mom ran a small shop at a flea market. She collected little weeds and such to sell, anything for the money they needed, she was such an embarrassment. There was this one day during elementary school. He remembered that it was field day, and his mom came. He was so embarrassed. How could she do this to him? He threw her a hateful look and ran out. The next day at school… “Your mom only has one eye?!” and they taunted him. (Also read : Recreation to Madura Island)

       He wished that his mom would just disappear from this world so he said to my mom, “Mom, why you just have one eye? Don’t you have the other eye?! You’re only going to make me a laughing stock. Why don’t you just die?” His mom didn’t respond. He guess he felt a little bad, but at the same time, it felt good to think that he had said what he’d wanted to say all this time. Maybe it was because his mom hadn’t punished him, but he didn’t think that he had hurt her felling very badly. read more