(God’s Cocoon by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope in the necessary and appropriate staged progress from caterpillar crushed to Butterfly Wing’s Range”)
You’re crushed. That was not what you expected.
You expected: The set”up” for the down.
Your impatience led to the dejected.
“How do I recover?” you ask. “Rebound?”
When I am crushed, I romanticize crush.
Who will miss me? Who will why I went down?
Expectation and impatience: Straight Flush.
Ducks in a row, though the ducks sink and drown.
“Jesus rescues those whose spirits are crushed.”
Psalm Thirty4: Eighteen – Binds “up” our wounds.
The promise is we will meet up with “hushed.”
The queer quiet? We go into God’s Cocoons.
We’re never really crushed; we’re just to change.
caterpillar crushed; Butterfly Wing’s Range.