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Unbridled Joy by Raymond A. Foss

Complete abandon
unbridled joy
the collie running
as fast as its legs would go
oblivious to the world around
people going about their day

Across the frost/leaf-covered field
long after its last mowing
panting breath in its wake,
its master walking slowly
leash dangling empty at her side

An early-fall-morning run
at break-neck speed
unbridled joy in the dog’s heart;
Lawn still in shadows
no one else watching
its movements this day

November 13, 2009
going into Concord Family Division Court
Clinton Street
Concord, NH
Acts 2:42-47
and sermon by Eric Feustel
Suncook United Methodist Church
Suncook, NH
November 11, 2009
service after
Our Family’s Table
Annual Church Conference
moderated by Reverend John Blackadar
& John 20:19-22
Suncook United Methodist Church
Suncook, NH
November 5, 2009
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