And in fighting for Aragorn, they are redeemed, and freed.
Having been forced of lae to make peace with myself through facing my own heart of darness, I wonder if perhaps the Dimholt Road is the path we all must take, to unerstand and forgive, and to bring a true chance for redemption.
Have you seen it, would you know it,
dare you take the Dimholt road?
Would you forsake iPhone and CrossFit,
bend now to a harder load?
Beneath the mountain live the traitors
who dropped their oaths and ran
abandoning honour, and all that matters
to try to live their own life-plan.
Can you reach them, devout pilgrim
and need you even bother try?
In life's complex interregnum,
are they just like you and I?
Think on your promises made and broken;
for infidels, these are your token.
Music from Annie Lennox, with Into The West, the closing-title song from The Return Of The King.
Thanks to Carol Ashby, Blessed Are The Pure Of Heart is back on Kindle, and will be available in paperback soon.
Friends are everything. I couldn't have done it.
Marley, the canine waif from Afghanistan, whom WE helped save, has a Facebook page! Please drop by to see how happy he is today.
Below are my recent releases on Kindle -please excuse their presence in the body of the blog. I haven't the energy to get them up as 'buttons' in the sidebar. You can click on the covers to go to the Amazon links.
Andrew, I hope tonight treats you ok. You are a blessing. Still praying. NormaReplyDelete
My dear Norma, thank you so much for this, for your prayers, and for being here.Delete
Praying for you and Barbara to have moments of joy and hours of peace.
Annie in Texas
There are good moments; have to look for the,and hold them with intention, but they're there.
Beautiful poem. You use everything to show glory instead of dispair.ReplyDelete
Jan, thank you so much for this!Delete