Merger of the Heart [Poem]

Sometimes companies and corporations,
banks and businesses–
but this is when
two come together
for hope and love
and life and gift.

When two are bound
and the ties pull tight–
when things that separate
don’t pull apart
because of covenant.

That day bleeds into past
as time ticks by
and years roll on
as the hard stuff
of life happens–
and yet you keep saying, “I do.”

It seems that times gone hard
soften like worn pillows,
though old wounds still fester,
there is still something–
a flame, a fire, a continual hope
in growth and trust in bigger things.

The lives that we’ve created–
the bustling brood of
young men and women,
first small then big,
they will come and go,
they will grow and leave.

Yet we are still here–
the ones who first promised it all
and tied these bonds
all because of us—our love—
and this merger of the heart.

 

3 thoughts on “Merger of the Heart [Poem]”

  1. Glad you decided to publish it and share with us.
    These offerings are where I most feel your openness.
    With Love….

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Lauren Hunter is a writer who loves the big picture of God’s journey we are all on together. Raised in a fourth-generation family of Christian Scientists, Lauren Hunter left her family’s faith behind at the age of 25 to become an evangelical Christian. She is also the founder of ChurchTechToday, a leading website for pastors and church leaders. Married to her high school sweetheart, Lauren lives in Northern California with her husband and their four children. Her latest book is Leaving Christian Science: 10 Stories of New Faith in Jesus Christ.