Dear John Letter


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Oh how I miss you not
enemy of my soul
father of all lies
destroyer of innocence

And oh how you try to pull me away
from light
from Truth
from love
from liberty

But I will not have any of you anymore
My eyes have been opened
Your chains have been severed

His blood has been spilled
and poured over me
He’s yanked me from your grip
I am forever free

Who’s laughing now?

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14 thoughts on “Dear John Letter

    • Really? Doesn’t sound too good eh. By the way Richard, I have an almost 7 year old son with Asperger’s Syndrome and he is very audio visual. He saw your blog while I was reading it the other day and absolutely loved your theme, with the fish and the hook. He goes around the house all morning saying, “Fish eat worms?”, “Fish eat worms.” Hahahaha. Gotta love it. Your blog is reaching out even to the really young ones.
      Blessings and thank you so much for the comment. I really appreciate it.
      =)

  1. Not a ramble but the absolute truth and there is only one. Thanks for sharing.
    Here’s a limerick (I think or is it a Haiku)? –
    Looking for answers on a one-way street
    Fusing into melting not losing a single beat
    Signifies longing for a stimuli explosion
    In a solitary tweet; Verifies satisfaction from a universal emotion.

      • Been writing most of my life. Have three books with titles that need some body. Titles are My Parents Grew Up Mon, I Am Stereo and My Kids Are Digital and Marriage (and Divorce) Turned My Life Around, My Kids Turned My Life Upside Down:-). Thanks for the nice reply.

    • Oh, thank you so much David. I really appreciate your input. I generally come up with stuff like this on the spur of the moment. Or at least the idea. Just like in my song writing. Sudden inspiration. like a thought while out on a run. Or while in the shower. Ok, to be more ‘spiritual’ the “Worry” one was birthed during a quiet time with JC.
      Bless you =)

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