(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope in finding The ‘CORE’ in ‘COUR’AGE, the word ‘courage’ in the word ‘encourage,’ this daily leavened [Jesus is ‘CORE’ in ‘COUR’AGE!] bread.”)
You have great courage at your greatest core.
That you’re reading this is that this is true.
You’re out of bed. You could’ve stayed indoor.
Took courage to face this day for debut.
I have great courage at my greatest core.
When I’m all fear, God is all “guts and grit.”
That’s not to say I don’t scream and cry, “WAR!”
It just means I don’t have to lose my _________. (HINT: Rhymes with “grit.”) 😉
I am a 54-year-old Christian. I am highly artistic and creative and enjoy acting, writing plays and poetry and short stories for children, as well as writing to promote nonhuman animal welfare.
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