Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Poetry Wednesday--Robert Browning

Today's Poetry Wednesday features Home Thoughts From Abroad by Robert Browning as read by Geoffrey Palmer.  The poet speaks of the longing for home.  I think in all of us exists a longing for our heavenly home which Jesus spoke of as the Kingdom.  We ache for peace and love for ourselves and for the world.

2 comments:

Michele said...

i know this is not the right post to ask, but iam sick again, and request that you please keep me in your prayers. i really need it. i appreciate it. thanks!

Dymphna said...

Prayers for you, Michele!

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