Metaphors of a Restless Heart

Pleased to share my song “Metaphors of a Restless Heart”. It was first crafted as a poem and later on turned to a song. Poetry in music and music in poetry and some metaphors in between. The wonder of these three together speaks so well to a soul. See lyric video below and let me know what you think. See links at bottom to buy music.

I’m a ship lost at sea
Blown by the wind aimlessly
By the racing waves and tides
I’m worn and wry
No shore in sight
No place to hide

I’m a house broken down
My cracks are deep
From roof to ground
I’m wishing for a chance
To fix my messy leaks
I’m hurting much
And yet I’m getting numb

I need Jesus, I need Jesus
I need Jesus, oh Jesus

I’m a forgotten truck
Stuck in a rut
None alive but stains and dust
Stifled by these grimes and stubborn rust
On busted wheels
Oh, I’m crippled still

I’m a paper plane in a hurricane
Flew too high
In my last flight out
In the haste came down crashing in disdain
And ended up melting in the rain

All this time, my world relied
On fleeting wealth and alibis
And all just now my reveries subside
And all the fragments of my shattered heart
Is all that’s left I’m pricked picking up
Who can make me well? Who can make well?
In those days gone by
Even then and now

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Wishin’ Christmas be Alright

Here comes another time of year to scratch out a living. Besides, there are those who no longer feel like little children who used to be big fans of Christmas and who used to be unruffled by the arduous days behind this season. Tension and anxiety become adversaries that tend to take away intended joys. Minds run into questions as to how to get by this Christmas.

But consider for a moment to breathe as if our past, present and future difficulties have gone out of sight. And thereafter, take heart and be strong to face the reality of our troubles as if unafraid and unshaken. In fact, these troubles have already been overcome by the Savior who came to bring us Christmas.

So to friends, gazers and hearers, wishin’ Christmas be alright! Here are fun songs!

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