Nostalgia · Poetry · Uncategorized

Poem of the Week: “Locked in a Photograph”

Nostalgia is a real thing. The pain of missing someone you love dearly is a real emotion. It's more than real sometimes. Sometimes, it's the only thing. And all you do is sit and remember and look at photographs. And write nostalgic poetry. So, here it is - a little breath from a lonely soul,… Continue reading Poem of the Week: “Locked in a Photograph”

Poetry · Songs

Praiseworthy Part 1: “Christ’s Abounding Love”

Hey y'all, over the next couple days, I am going to share with you the lyrics of three songs I wrote a couple years ago. I wouldn't consider these "worship songs" per se, but they are contemporary Christian songs about God, His love, and our unworthiness. Without the music, they simply sound like poems, but… Continue reading Praiseworthy Part 1: “Christ’s Abounding Love”

Poetry

Poem of the Week: “Oh! What A Grievous Sinner Am I”

I wrote this poem as I reminder to myself of what a grievous sinner I am and what a wonderful Savior I have. Oh! What a grievous sinner am I! That You, my Lord, for me should die. Why the yoke that I should bare, Be upon Your shoulders shared? Why the scourges I should… Continue reading Poem of the Week: “Oh! What A Grievous Sinner Am I”