Thank you Anne for this piece. I relate to it - I've had a few different kinds of my own, too. It was great that you mentioned a few of the kinds of prisons/living hells that we might face in our lives. I enjoyed reading this poem and found it refreshing; a sense of getting it out-in-the-open feeling....... Thank goodness for Jesus and forgiveness, and being cleansed. It was nice to see that you live in the UK too!
When I hear the word 'prison' I think of the one everyone is familiar with which houses criminals. I think you've done an excellent job depicting the mental and physical elements which can bind us. Great poem!
Have a great day,
Dear Anne, Read this this morning and I so appreciated comparing the prisons/ contraints of relationships. If I may...say...(and maybe it is because of my postion in my spirituality at this present time), what would have helped me, would be to have you make the same poetic references to the Lamb of God, turning the phrases the same way you did with the prison/cell theme. Does this make sense? Bless, kim
This is a very good poem, telling us all about the different types of prisons that we get locked into. This is full of truths, and it was a pleasure to read it. Thanks for commenting on "and the dream goes on."
Your descriptions of 'all kinds of prisons' rebounds in my mind. I've been there, done that, when my son died from a drug overdose, and I attempted suicide.Depression is an engulfing sphere, like a bubble,separating one from reality. But God's Light has set me free! His peace transforms me into heavenly places only He and I share! Blessings, Bella