Like a seamstress fastens patterns
with pins, the nurturant fastens our home
together even when it pricks.
A continuation from yesterday:
Three, the belief that religion is a psychological or business tool. Religion as a tool should guide the soul through life’s exploration reining in its reckless ways, strengthening its very core; its humanity. Religion as a tool should not exploit the soul or rape it of its humanity.
I pray a nurturant would guide my soul,
I pray I guide another soul as a nurturant would.
Four, the belief that nature hates the black man and fails to deliver what we ask for. We can’t expect the cosmos to give us what we have not earned. We cannot blame nature for our failure to recognize our solutions due to our impatient and inability to defer gratification.
I pray a nurturant would guide our country to el dorado,
I pray we gain the insight to embrace a nurturant,
to refining change that starts within.
Our home is not useless, it is misguided by mercenary minds at the hem of affairs.
Our home is not useless, it needs a nurturant.
Written for TJ Paris haiku challenge – pins.
and the A to Z challenge word for today is nurturant.