This Presence

Poem By Heather Z. Hanna

This presence has changed me.
These feelings are new.
Yet familiar they are
But somehow they grew.
The depth, the scope
Of frustrating Hope.
I've grown and am growing
In directions untold.
Amazing and aweing
I observe from within
The clarity and cut
A sparkling diamond pin.
With shining reflection
And rainbows to view
New Hope and New Heart
New Soul and Love, too!

(4.5.7 The Gift)

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