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Remaining new clay by Raymond A. Foss

After the molding, the shaping
the creation of our lives
the potter still there
the firings, the heat,
the flames and trials
our struggles, our growth
ever by our side

Ever remaining new clay
alive, malleable, in
the potter’s hands
even our shards giving,
able to be whole again
as new clay, back
upon the potter’s wheel

December 4, 2009
Genesis 1:1-2:4a
Genesis 2:4b-25
the tension between the two traditions
giving us two creation stories
Ecclesiastes 12:7
Jeremiah 18:1-4
via email conversation 12/4/09
with artist and teacher
Carol Childress,
author of blog, “Choosing Joy”,
and see: http://carolchil.blogspot.com/2009/12/for-everything-there-is-season.html
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