To Wrap You in Red

I long to
Wrap you in red

To drape the
Jagged fragments
Of your pain in
Scarlet folds of love,

And gather wounded days
In love’s embrace

As crimson’s plush
Absorbs the tears
And time ticks by
Unseen,

To swathe you close
Against life’s chill
And heal your
Broken heart

Yet only tender Mercy’s blood
Spilled hard
Across the soul
Can enfold the
Broken shards

Of you
In Him

And make you whole.

*The cry of my heart for my beautiful friends Deb, Sandy, and Pamela, whose lives breathe Jesus, but whose hearts are heavy with loss, grief and illness. Just know that I love you and I’m holding you close in prayer, sweet friends.

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11 responses to “To Wrap You in Red

  1. Beautifully written, Cindee. What a wonderful gift you are to your friends. Thank you for sharing this love with us, too.

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  2. I believe that God heals when we cry > http://wp.me/s1YE83-cry
    Peace, Eric

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  3. Undone. In tears. Feeling. So. Loved. What a wonderful gift you are, yes. Grateful. Love you.

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  4. What a wonderful God we have Who gifted the world with you and your own special gift to share with us and make each of us feel His special love for us through you. What a wonderful God!

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  5. Oh, my! I thought I’d commented on this. I know your friends are blessed by your caring heart. Saying a prayer for your friends and for you as you comfort each one. Bless you!

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  6. Beautiful poem, Cindee. I too add your friends to my prayers. May God hold them close.

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  7. divine sentiments, well delivered.
    smiles.
    Hello,
    How are you?
    Do you like challenges?
    Share your talent with us by writing for our theme today, or share a random piece of poetry.

    Hope to see you soon!
    Best wishes.
    Cheers.
    Happy Creative Writing,
    xoxox

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  8. What a loving, faithful friend you are! Beautiful.

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  9. Pingback: From Blush to Fiery Passion

  10. What a comfort to be so wrapped. (And that photo—it looks so soft and, well, comforting!)

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