Shippie with thee


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In a different lifetime and universe these words circulated the candle of my brain like a moth around light:

It’s not about what I need, is it.

“I need not” said god to me, ” love does fine” said jesus too, “love is free” said spirit who, floated around my knobbly knee.

Need is not what god does best. Need is not how we are blessed. Need is not god but man dressed up. In earnest clothes from a sackcloth shop.

“I do not need” said god to me, “nor do you Paul … what a nobbled knee!”

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In a closer lifetime and universe these words circulated the cells of my brain like electricity around light:

Love is always the answer.

“I always love” said god to me, ” love does fine” said jesus too, “love is free” said spirit who, floated amongst my doggie’s fleas.

Love is what god does best. Love is how we are blessed. Love is god and man entwined. In warm embrace forever aligned.

“I do so love” said god to me, “to love you so … those fleas have knees!”

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In a recent lifetime these words circulated my brain like the incadescent in a floodlight:

Love is always simple.

“I simply love” said god to me, ” love does fine” said jesus too, “love is free” said spirit who, floated above my chestnut tree.

Simple is what god does best. Simple is how we are blessed. Simple is god and man true found. In naked love forever bound.

“I am so simple” said god to me, “you are too Paul … what a nut filled tree!”

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Today these words:

Realationship matters.

“I love it real” said god to me, ” love does fine” said jesus too, “love is free” said spirit who, filled me up with the real me.

Relationship is what my god does crave. ‘Lationship is how we can get saved. ‘Ships is my god and all man as should. Together in love and ever good.

“I love to shippie” said god to me, “I want to shippie … to shippie with thee!”

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7 thoughts on “Shippie with thee

  1. Shippie. I thought i was going to be out in the cold with this one. (American and all). But you brought me along nicely. Its fantastic!!!

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