As a Runner Prays

In this deviation from my normal posts, I share with you an attempt to merge my loves for God, poetry and running:

A squirrel scurries up a nearby tree,
Startled by a heavy rhythmic tread.
The leaves of trees and bushes rustle,
I ponder prayer and run, I look ahead;
A deer crosses my path with little bustle
As I thank God for what he has said
And all that he has caused to be.

About Michael Summers

Michael Waymon Summers has preached in twenty-seven of the United States as well as seven other countries. Michael earned a Master of Theology degree. He also has done graduate work in international studies. Michael likes to run, loves to sing, and reads voraciously.
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2 Responses to As a Runner Prays

  1. James Randal says:

    With chiastic structure yet! Cool!

  2. Thank you, James Randal, for noticing the structure. Pray hard!

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