Unknown Sin

by Frank Hubeny

It’s bittersweet recalling unknown sin
provided there’s repentance at the end
that offers peace that a clean heart can tend
to find the righteous path and try again.
Without that bramble our new hearts may win
to change direction, toss our current trend,
and find the narrow way around the bend
that lets at last the Holy Spirit in.

Linda Kruschke continues with “octaves” in her weekly Paint Chip Challenge.

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