Crooked Roads

Sometimes, you take me down the path of crooked roads
It takes your strength to just believe I’m not alone.
But in the darkness and the fear, you call me home—
this place of love, communion, where the stone
was rolled into the earth and placed away.
I stand in You, complete, and find the truth.
The roads will soon be straightened, and the load
taken into the arms of Love and while the angels call
above the mountains and the stars—
the Earth is quaking, ready to be re-woven.
I am ready—my soul aching, to be re-made,
and I am molded on these crooked paths.
Chipped away as the stones scrape my bleeding feet,
and I learn to trust your leading
in the crooked road
Waiting
Waiting
Waiting
for the light and final sleep.

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About Jason

Jason Zimmerman is a 16-year-old passionate about serving God through writing and drama and loves embarking in strong God-honoring relationships with other believers. He is currently working on a young adult novel entitled Thrush Call. He is also part of a Christian dance studio. One of his all-time favorite books is The Giver by Lois Lowry, but he’s always open to new reading possibilities. He aims to obey God with his whole heart and can’t wait for all things to be made new when Christ returns.
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