Haiku Poem: God Has Chosen You!

God has chosen youNot as a common bird butA mighty eagle. I love what Isaiah 40:31 says, "But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint." God calls the ordinary to become... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Starry Night

The singing of birdsIs brightening the sapphireIn the starry night. God created the sun, moon, and stars with various shades and colors. He designed the bird with more ingenuity than a human airplane and gifted them with singing---bringing melody to the human heart. His handiwork is clearly displayed throughout all of creation. And as human... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: God Shines Brighter!

The stars brightly shineIn the dark wintery glow.But God shines brighter! Did you know our sun is a star that burns at 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit? This temperature is incredible. However, some of the stars shining in the night sky can be as scorching as 200 million degrees Fahrenheit at their core! This is unfathomable. Despite... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Blue Ocean

I set my gaze towardThe blue ocean horizonAnd see God's greatness. Have you ever stood on the beach and just gazed toward the ocean horizon? Even though I have been to the ocean many times, this incredible view still takes my breath away. I am reminded of how small of a creature I am and... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: The Mystery of Time

Time is faster thanThe peregrine falcon andSlower than a sloth. We don't have the power to slow down or speed up time. Only God is in control of this mysterious part of life. May we seek the eternal Lord today while He still may be found. Haiku by Chad A. Damitz

Haiku: If Winter Fails

If winter fails To blossom into the springStill, I will praise God. No matter what happens in life, God is still good. He is worthy of our praise. If circumstances do not go as planned, we can still choose to sing to our King. There is always hope in our risen Savior, Jesus Christ. Haiku... Continue Reading →

Poem: Escape The Artificial World

Dear Cosmos, I must sadly admit. I have exchanged your brilliant sun with a cheapened artificial lamp. Oh the madness, what have I done? Dear Ancient Earth, I must apologize. For I have become very unwise. Trading the soothing bird chirps for a jarring electronic buzz. Dear Real World, I need your help. Instead of... Continue Reading →

Poem: A Tree Just Like Me

In the deep woods of long ago Where I once placed a seed to sow. Stood that burly red oak tree. It's branches so tall and free. Carved in wood rests my name. Winters ago but still the same. Growing like me in many ways. Weathering storms and shiny days. -Chad A. Damitz

Poem: Which Season Is This?

Look at that quaking aspen Dancing in the breezy sky. Soon it’s leaves will turn gold As the starry summer grows old. Look up at that dark-eyed Junco Singing among crisp blue mountains. Soon he migrates to a new home Into the cypress south biome. Look at that human in flannel Beholding the passing of... Continue Reading →

Poem: Dear Redwood

Dear Redwood, You were a sanctuary. A place of solitude To escape this loud world. But now the world is silent. Coffee shops and parks Aren't filled with laughter But signs for distancing. Stadiums are empty of fans Screaming obnoxiously. Cities are void of crowds. And smiles hide under this new tacky wardrobe. I do... Continue Reading →

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