“Freedom is not found at the bottom of trash cans.”

(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope in a ‘bottomless trash can’ life”)

You’ve been dumped by many; it’s left you lost.

That they left weighed on you a secret sin.

A boulder of bereavement. Fingers crossed

never again would you attach all in.

I’ve been dumped. Bottoms of trash cans, my dwell-

ing, my know-ing my home away from roam.

Stay down, stay low, only go up to sell,

“I got hurt when I got dumped. It hit home.”

“God rescued us from dead-end, dark trash cans.”

Colossians 1:Thirteen – Now, we release

post-rescue. God did His Part. We, our plans,

are expired. New release: Eternal Peace.

We’ve come such a long way from being dumped.

God rescued. We release. No more life clumped.

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