Desire Uncomfort Poem by Rosa Linger

Desire Uncomfort



See what you miss with both feet on the ground
Refusing the risk of the rain
But lift up with both feet
Love's labour's not lost
I fly, and my loss becomes gain.

I strain and stretch and crane my neck
I want to see it all
But the lightning I see
Is more than I need
To know that my God sure ain't small.

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