[Written for the Sentinel]

Tenderness

As fragrance fills the air around some spotWhere lilies bloom in loveliness and peace,Their grace and beauty speaking of the strengthThat struggles through the darkness up to light,And bears its praise and gratitude to God,So tenderness doth permeate the strengthBestowed by Spirit, and bespeaks, sweetly,Love's blossoming within a life liftedFrom soil of sense and darkness into light,A life whose joy is grounded deep in TruthAnd bears its praise and gratitude to God.

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