(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; it’s how I hope to cope in an “all-stars” dance and play of solitude)
You stand underneath stars; you say, “it’s good.”
You solidify solitude en masse.
Stars entertain your senses and you could
dream of Him, how He lights you, but….alas.
When I’m done weeping, I lonely see stars;
how they dance and play together. I weep
some more, for I’m so jealous of the fars
the stars go to: Their reach? My withdrawn deep.
“Fear not, for I can grasp stars and grasp you.”
Jeremiah 29:Eleven – “You’re mine!”
God’s Hands, so Huge, can wipe away all dew,
all we knew, all we thought; our stars will shine!
So, in solitude for stars, for regret,
fear not there’s so many; God paid our debt!