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My Pain in the Carpenter’s Hands

Joy widens the eye dimmed by sorrow,
and reveals hope within the grain of a planed life.

One response to “My Pain in the Carpenter’s Hands”

  1. Kathy Collard Miller says:

    So beautifully and succinctly said, Karisa. I’m sure the holidays are extra painful. Thank you for posting.

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