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God May be a Woman by Raymond A. Foss

Thinking more deeply
and a bit of whimsy
thinking about multi-tasking
and the proficiency of man

Thinking about the trinity
God faceting in three
so many roles
hard for me to comprehend

God may be a woman
able to juggle in time
making, sustaining,
saving us from ourselves

So much like most mothers
doing it seemingly effortless
dancing together
revealing as a jewel
making me ponder, hypothesize
that God may be a girl

June 22, 2010
after reading
Isaac Kiiza Tibasiima’ Gmail status,
“How shall I begin to speak about a God
that I cannot comprehend”
June 17, 2010 and again 6/19/2010

and reading
The Shack, by William P. Young

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