Robin at (In)Courage has challenged us to a creative stretch:
Write a haiku. Seventeen syllables (three lines--line one, five syllables; line two, seven; line three, five)--that's it! Set your poem in Winter, but you don't have actually to use that word; other than that, you're free to express yourself however you'd like.
Here is what the Lord led me to write this morning:
Hearts closed and solid
frozen to protect themselves
crack free for Haiti
Image by United Nations Development Programme via Flickr
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