I see God in symmetry
I see God in our make-believe.
I see God in our grand attempts
To make something beautiful
Before life ends.

I see God in irony,
In fragile heirlooms within children’s reach.
I see God in our damaged good,
But you see God in ways I wish I could.
You see God in ways I wish I could

Without instruction
Without obstruction,
You believe.
Without container,
Or dualistic framework,
You see the Holy Ghost in broad daylight
And I see the reflection in your eyes.

I see God in healing bones,
In the sanctuary of our homes.
I see God in the wilderness,
In our magnetism to recklessness.

Black or white or vivid color,
After a while, it all runs together.
Our stained-glass means nothing without light.

I see God in our damaged good,
But you see God in ways I wish I could.
You see God in ways I wish I could

Without assurance,
Without insurance,
You believe.
Without condition
Or the promise of heaven,
You see the Holy Ghost in broad daylight.
And I see the reflection in your eyes.
I see the reflection in your eyes.


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