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 “Faith”(by Joe DiMino)

Trusting is to cast one’s fear aside
And face the wind, a forward lean
And say, catch me, or I fall—
It is like this
With faith—and, granted, also
With foolishness: right and wrong, often
No difference as to patterns—just judgment,
Whether one sows or reaps, a paradox
Some would say, but more of seasons
And crops rather than opposites
For timing is not everything,
Having far less
To do with stars and cycles,
And more to do
With their loving creator—

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