It bounces off the walls of our souls
and says, “I am here, I am here.”
It is better than any map.
Easier to read, available always.

Whether prayer is
whispered in a cloister
or bellowed to the wide sky,
it always finds its way.

Lori Strawn


3 Responses to SoulMap

  1. kneal1 says:

    very nice, lovely blog here, thanks for stopping by, Many blessings to you

    • rhcwilliams says:

      Thanks for coming on by my humble bloggie! You’re welcome here any time. I love this poem too – it’s by my writing partner and dear friend, Lori Strawn. We write a blog together on faith – God Bless!

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