by Mary Grace van der Kroef
Something felt and something done. An action filled emotion. Understood by not a one. Something that was broken. Something to fill its cracks. Something that’s so human yet everybody lacks. Something that is given, flowing free from Calvary. Something overlooked by lost humanity. Hell is something’s absence, a solitude of soul. Hell on earth refuses to give something control. Something beyond our passions. It pushes past our fear. Something so elusive, yet need is crystal clear. Something that lingers, still present on our world. Something that is woven, into every atom curled. Something is a someone. He set the world to spin. Yet He made my soul, To him, I am akin. Someone who is calling, wooing humankind. Back into arms that are with something lined.
Mary Grace van der Kroef is a writer, poet, and artist from Ontario, Canada. She believes the gift of poetry is a powerful form of prayer and worship. She endeavors to use her words to encourage others. Her work has appeared in various journals and anthologies, such as The Best of Kindness 2020 Anthology by Origami Poems Project. Please follow her work at www.marygracewriting.ca