Fishing / Poem

Fishing (written by Sarah Bennett) Someone gives me a compliment I did not ask for, And you say I’m fishing for it. Only I did not want what I caught, I did not eat what I caught, I threw it back into the ocean Where every other nice word said about me Has sunk to … Continue reading Fishing / Poem

Spring / Poem

Spring (Written by Sarah Bennett) There’s washing on the line and a poem in my heart, A fullness of joy that’s been in hiding. Was I the one who sent it away? There are walks to be had and flowers to plant, The sun filters through the windows, shining. A slow, happy day. Interestingly, I … Continue reading Spring / Poem

Leaving Social Media (for good)

I like how my blog showcases patterns in my life; different interests, different inspirations. Minimalism, running (perhaps this isn’t mentioned as much as it should be), social media (or lack thereof). They seem to be in rotation. While writing and reading are constant on this blog, and the glory to God behind everything I write, … Continue reading Leaving Social Media (for good)

Autumn / Poem

Autumn (written by Sarah Bennett) autumn always feels the same / or / I always feel the same in autumn / stepping out into the evening is a swirling of loneliness / not the hopeless kind / the matter-of-fact kind / this does not scare me anymore / it’s like returning to an old friend … Continue reading Autumn / Poem

Gone / Poem

In this post I mentioned how I took some old blog posts and turned them into poems. Here’s the second one, rewritten from this post. Again, I didn’t change too much, mostly just the format. Although I didn't include the entire post but contained it so the poem conveys one message. Gone (Written by Sarah … Continue reading Gone / Poem

Jesus / Poem

Jesus (written by Sarah Bennett) Someone once asked if Jesus died from a bullet. They knew nothing of a cross, of the torture that lasted hour upon hour. They knew nothing of the cost or the blood of the Lamb. They thought He died in a second, Not knowing He was born to be sacrificed. … Continue reading Jesus / Poem