Poems. Prayers & Promises

Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Furnace

Your light
Molten furnace
Intense beneath the heat
The light of hope shines in the face
Your fire
Reach out groping for the last chance
Rescue from destruction
The awe of grace
Your love

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Written for Poetry Jam and Theme Thursday

16 comments:

  1. A furnace worth the fee of a service contract!

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  2. That is the best kind of heat, Alan!! A 'cool' (ha) poem for the prompt!

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  3. the awe of grace, your love....sounds like a trip through the crucible...or furnace but love the relief in the end alan...

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  4. Nothing like the light of hope shining in one's face. = )

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  5. Great kind of furnace Alan and wonderful heat! Thanks for posting as usual.

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  6. Last two lines, beautiful and meaningful Alan ~

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  7. This is incredibly strong, forceful .. like hope.

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  8. The experience of faith and its rewards are intense ... this is a great response to this week's theme, Alan!

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  9. Alan, love how your turned that around and then around again. A wonderful poem :-)

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  10. Love the last two lines. The form of this poem looks like a diamond! :)

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  11. I too loved the last lines....beautiful and crisp!

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  12. good until the last drop or in this case line..nice work

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  13. A lovely write Alan...I recognize a butterfly cinquain there!

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  14. Smoldering love shining through one's eyes, the intense heat that only new love can feel. The touch that sets one on fine and to receive the same touch, oh how it heats up your body and your love. Then hours and hours of love, hot fiery love between two burning bodies of love machines.

    Wow, you have shared a great one with lots of heat for this weeks Theme Thursday, fanning my body, oh. Hope you have a very hot, intense experience this week.

    God bless.

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