28 comments on “Dark Harvest

  1. Interesting: my mother knew how to tell the poisonous from the righteous having grown up in the woods; I on the other hand grew up in cities and cannot tell the difference . . . A cultural problem as well as a culinary one. Thanks for always stimulating thought and conversation . . .
    Blessings . . .


  2. Reblogged this on 21 Shades of Blue and commented:
    Great poem, it’s the kind of thoughts I’ve been meditating on lately… goes great with Galatians 6:7-10. When we hide our hearts from the light and away from other Christians who reflect Christ’s light into our lives, what you said happens in cellars of our hearts. Thanks for writing on these subjects at times Paul, and for not hiding your light like I often made a habit of for 5 months before getting back into a Christian community as a resolution for this year. I’ve had a lot of respect for you since our paths intersected on here, and I continue to.


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