Biography of connie crane
I am on a journey into the Heart of God. Somehow I wanted to invite the universe to join me. I believe God led me to this website to share with the world my experience of Him. All my life I have confessed my guilt. Now I am confessing my innocence.
connie crane Poems
A Walmart Parking Lot
To laugh at life You have to have, A perpetual sense of humor.
A Little Girl Dances
A little girl dances with her daddy, Long before she ever knows, What it means to be a woman.
The World Is Beautiful Today
The world is beautiful today. And I am so inspired by its beauty. Some say it is all an illusion, A reflection, just a memory.
I Am Not What I Seem
I feel so small, So unable, So inept. From inside of me,
Cherished By God
Cherished by God, I live in a continual state, Of awareness. I am adored.
I want to feel “awe.” I love the feeling of “awe.” I love that You are so big And I am so small.
Divine Kiss (Part 1)
I love you, beloved one. You are my cherie, my precious one and I am you Lover, Seeking you out and cherishing you like no other. I take your hand in mine and lead you out onto the dance floor.
Kisses N The Shower
Kisses in the shower. A huge bouquet of flowers. A timely kiss upon my hand. Soft lips bewhiskered bespeak a man.
I felt You, today, rising up inside of me. I dared to believe the thought I had of You. That You are all that was or is or shall be. That if I focused all my attention on You,
Faces face Fingers lace Pulses race Arms embrace
I believe in YOU, With all of my heart. I believe YOU are true. Your love is my life.
The Love Of Divine Presence
God is ever present with me, And I am ever present with Him. You are my beloved,
I Surrender To The Benevolence Of The Un...
I surrender to the benevolence of the One who adores me. I am loved beyond my wildest imaginings. Deliciously devoured by delightful dreams of love. I am poetry.
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Divine Kiss (Part 2)
“Ah, my Lord, then kiss me quickly and I will drink you in,
As deeply, fully and intensely as I can.”
My soul responds before I know it,
And I start to quiver as I say it.
Who am I to ask of God Almighty such a great and wondrous thing?
I am but a woman, small and finite,
Just so much dust, before Him trembling.
I bow my head and close my eyes,
Lost in a moment of confusion.