God’s Condo

The prompt over at dVerse Poets Pub yesterday was to write a poem inspired by the art of Danny Gregory. I wrote one yesterday based on a sketch of dogs here. Then this morning getting ready for work I had an idea for another one.

(c) Danny Gregory

(c) Danny Gregory

God’s Condo

Some say God just hangs out
in His high-rise condo
not caring about us down here on the ground

Or that He’s dead
maybe never existed at all

But I’ve seen Him
seen His compassion and caring

At Shepherd’s Door
where He lifts up broken women
and sets them on a path of healing

In Haiti
where He lifts up the poor
and gives them an education, goats, clean water, and more

In India
where He calls His people willingly
into danger so they may care for the out caste

In my heart
where He changes me
to be more loving and forgiving

God may have a high-rise condo
but I suspect it’s getting pretty dusty
because He is never there



Filed under Faith, Jesus, Life, Poetry, Service

6 responses to “God’s Condo

  1. Beautiful! When God is in our hearts, he can be anywhere. 🙂


  2. I loved that ending! Thank and God bless you!

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  3. Cool poem to go with the sketch, Linda. I’ve seen him too!

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  4. Linda, I think this is my favorite of all the poems I have read of yours. I agree that God doesn’t spend much time hanging around in his condos. He is out with the people like his Son was & as we should be as well. Excellent write!

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  5. I like this, Linda! I too believe, and hope, that condo is dusty. I like what you expressed in each of the stanza.

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  6. Oh I hope so .. as many other write, that god has to be everywhere, and the churches are for humans.

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