Similar, Yet Different

BY: variousauthors

similar-yet-different-prayerA thousand lives, like doors;
bolted shut, ajar, or wide open;
swing doors that don't fasten;
glass panels; mortised doors;
Barred ones of self-made prisons.

A pathway leads to each.

We can choose to walk along these alone;
or to ask for help when we falter.
In the course of life we meet those who dither,
waiting for our shoulder to lean on.
Let's help them limp their way home.

 

 

 

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