On Chariots…

Today’s Guest Post is from Dianna Stevens, she shared this beautiful poem with our ministry, Destiny Encounters, after listening to some of Charlie’s messages.

Else-when

There is a place called Else-when

It is not here, there or then

This place has many dimensions
There is much to see and mention

Time’s fabric fold and pleat
Another layer then repeat

In the green, the sky and wood
A place to contemplate what you should

See things down to the congealed light
Word spoken, then a spark so bright

See the fabric as on a loom
Warp and weft in perfect tune

Every pass of the shuttlecock
Takes the strings and builds a clock

There lies the theory of the string
The manipulation and making of things

Our spiral is changing
Quietly rearranging

In the junk there is a treasure
Everlasting and without measure

There are many realms though time and space
When do the Golden Sons take their rightful place

In those places the blood bought
We learn to travel just by thought.

To Else-when in a chariot I will land
The creation mystery to understand

Written by ©Dianna Stevens on 12.28.14
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Brynn Leigh Shamp is the Creator & Author of Diary of a Preacher’s Wife. She is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Destiny Encounters International, a ministry formed in 2009 with her husband, Charlie Shamp. Her blog was designed to tell her story and to inspire others in their own life’s journey. Her articles include topics such as faith, family, marriage, ministry and world travel. When she’s not out canvassing the globe, she resides with her husband and two children (whom she home-educates) in Nashville, TN. Her favorite things include: Books, books and more books; all things Jane Austen; Italian Food; Making her Mother laugh; Journals, Planners & Details…

One thought on “On Chariots…

  1. Hi Brynn…..

    This is a very interesting and insightful poem. How sweet of you to post in and share it on your blog…… you’re a sweetheart Brynn… and I love you so much!!

    Sent from my iPad

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