A Storyteller

It can often feel lonely being a writer, especially a Christian writer, but you are not alone. 
By Alexander Weeks

Are you a storyteller?

Can you think of anything

But telling stories?

Can you dream of anything

But telling stories?

Do you look at the world

And see its beauty?

Do you look at the world

And see it’s endless stories?

Do you feel that you are alone,

That you are the only one?

Is this what you think

You are meant to do?

Or do you know it?

When you wake up to a new day

Is telling stories

The first thing you think of?

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War What War

 A poem reminding us that often our greatest enemy is ourselves.

By Alexander Weeks

I have been gone at war.

In truth I still am at war.

And have been for too long.

A war with myself,

My mind, body, and soul.

Who will win,

Me or my foe?

For my foe goes on unnamed.

Who or what could my foe be?

For that answer

You must know

My thoughts and secrets,

But those are for me.

Yet who am I?

For that I must know.

Or my foe undefeated it will be.

But if I find my foe

Will I win?

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