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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 2 – Intermediate)
Topic: Break (02/06/06)

TITLE: Breaking Bread
By Allen Clupny
02/11/06


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Breaking Bread

Break the bread of your life and watch it float on waves,
Of another’s smiles and tears as they rise up from their graves…
Of sadness and discouragement and the mighty grip they hold
And see your joy return to you perhaps one hundred fold.

Share a simple meal with a lost or lonely soul.
It can have as many flavors as the character that you hold.
From memories of your childhood, to your story of Love’s first kiss
You can tell of God’s hope and love when you share the life you’ve lived.

Open up your heart and see, the food that multiplies,
It won’t satisfy the flesh at all, but answers questions why…
You trust the one you call this day your Lord God and Savior,
No longer are you weak of heart, no longer are you poor.

So share the life that you have lived, don’t spend your days apart,
Remember stories you have heard came from another’s heart.
Now if you be a servant, dad, or carpenter of role
The menu of your stories shared can feed another soul.

So…

Break the bread of your life and watch it float on waves,
Of another’s smiles and tears as they rise up from their graves…
Of sadness and discouragement and the mighty grip they hold
And see your joy return to you, perhaps one hundred fold.


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Marilyn Schnepp 02/13/06
The rhythm was off at times...but it has such a lovely thought. I liked it!
Jan Ackerson 02/15/06
A lovely way to express the need to live our lives in community...work on smoothing out the occasional awkward word choices. The first 2 lines of the 4th stanza are particularly beautiful.