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Unseen

For in hope we have been saved, but hope that is seen is not hope; for who hopes for what he already sees?   Romans 8:24

A rejoicing heart no man can take away
likewise, a young day blushing in the sunrise
pays no mind to the dark nights of yesterday.

Love revealed to the soul is blind to the eyes
as unseen thoughts transformed these empty pages
with hope more tangible than a world of lies.

Freedom is possible from these Earth-bound cages
when the mind soaks up the fullness of the Son
and is flooded with wisdom for the ages.

Logic salutes the unseen in due season
where experience surpasses mere knowledge
and true faith lives along side higher reason.

Seek His joy beyond the empirical edge;
Let the soul feast on God’s everlasting pledge.

Poetry Type:  Terza Rima Sonnet

Graphic courtesy of:  www.heartlight.org

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