Author Archives: Pat Cegan

Offering Plate

Pass the offering plate little envelopes of tithe, there…duty done. I smile in self-satisfaction. But did I tithe all of me giving from all God has given me helping those in need laughter to those who cry. Did I tithe … Continue reading

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Glory

G od of life and love L ight of the world O pens our hearts R eminding us to love one another Y ou are my brother, I am yours, too!

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Fairy Beds

Mushrooms dot the lawn Last night fairies danced and sang Mushroom beds by day

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Teen-age Ugly

There is nothing more ugly than a teenager. Nothing we say will make them feel better. How ironic that the beauty of this age is lost in the woes of marred skin a broken heart rebellious nature and an arrogance … Continue reading

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In My Hand

I hold this moment in my hand full of promise more precious than treasures just one tiny moment in a lifetime of many yet full of hope, joy, love gifts which can not be bought for they come from the … Continue reading

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But, When?

If not now, when? When will I be ready, be tired of: misery conflict loneliness lack of purpose? I must stop giving control of my life hoping someone will do what I am afraid to do. When will I finally … Continue reading

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Where Is My Beloved?

He sits next to me; I see only a subway stranger, passes me on the street I know Him not, sits humped over on the sidewalk, just one more ragged, broken soul. I search for Him everywhere never knowing my … Continue reading

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