Guilty of Fibbing in Mirrors


each morning
that she’s not enough.
He engraves His grace graffiti
on her lie-stained heart,
that she might

Prompted by PAD Challenge, day 12


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1 Response to Guilty of Fibbing in Mirrors

  1. Just Barry says:

    Love everything about this. Grace graffiti, the shape of the poem, the ideal of His grace vandalizing the lies she tells her reflection. Lovely sentiment.

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