Because when Jesus said he came to proclaim release to the captives and to let the oppressed go free, I believed him.
Ow, but I understand. Back's still aching from putting in all the tomatoes Sunday...
What were you doing when you hurt it, Cecelia? Just curious. Prayers for it to get all better.Catherine+
I think I did it more in the preparation-- hoeing, raking, something repetitive that stressed the tendons running up into the pinky of my dominant hand.The dr suggested I get tools with larger grips, more ergonomically correct.It is already much better. Thank goodness. And thanks for prayers!Pax, C.
I don't know if anybody noticed it, but it's almost a perfect Haiku. The form structure should be a 5 - 7 - 5, but that only holds true in Japanese. We have a certain freedom in English.
Bill: I LOVE it! How about this:I have hurt my hand.I did it in the garden.I have no regrets.Pax, C.
Condolences on the injury; congrats on the haiku!Do you know Horrible Haiku, the second blog of RevGal Hedwyg (Practicing Intentional Gratitude)and her kids?
Mother Laura, I do NOT! But now I shall. Thanks!Pax, C.
Cecilia, lovely haiku - with a little help from Bill, the poet. I'm pleased your hand is better.You see. Good things can come from bad things for good people.
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