I misplaced my rose colored glasses.
The world is in a hand basket on its way somewhere.
The world is all that it is cracked up to be.
Cracks, cracks, cracks, and the humans are racing
to tape and mud and sand and prime.
He’s got the whole world in his hands
and I wonder if it is getting a little too heavy.
God so loved that an only Son came
to carry the weight on his shoulders.
It broke both of their backs along with their hearts.
At times all I can see is from Solomon’s perspective.
Oh, I am not wise. I am not even that smart.
If you will please open your Bible to the book of Ecclesiastes (Insert preacher voice)
you will see it is not a song of Solomon.
It almost sounds like a solemn dirge though.
I think maybe Solomon, for a moment misplaced his glasses too.
All that talk about vanity and vexation.
“To everything there is a season,
a time for every purpose under heaven.”
It is under heaven alright, because the list gets heavy.
Death isn’t rosy.
Pluck is a take away.
Thou shall not kill.
We all have our breakdowns.
Even Jesus wept.
War. What is it good for?
Okay, okay, those are only the dark seasons.
Did you forget that my Elton John rose colored specks is missing?
Maybe I should have my U.V. shades on anyway under all this sun;
The kind people wear to funerals dressed like men in black.
If all I see is reactive attachment why would I want a clear view, really.
If all I observe is moral breakdown and despair, reserve me a padded room.
If all I blankly stare at is dis-ease and patients while I put a compress on compassion, please forgive me.
If all I look upon are sacred hearts broken beneath a cross, go hug your mother while you can.
It’s all under the sun and it is vexing.
Faith, hope, and love are naked without sunscreen.
Without Son glasses I squint and see men walking about like trees.