What Does Your Heart Treasure? What Does It Hold?

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There is a chamber in every heart which is filled to overflowing with sorrow.
There is a larger chamber in every heart made to hold joy, but, unfortunately,
that vessel is oft-neglected, little used, only partially filled,
or sorrowfully empty.














2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Carol Ann Hoel
    Jan 18, 2014 @ 12:44:03

    Thank you for the words that remind us to tend to that larger chamber. I think you are right, Len. We all have the chamber that holds sorrow. We want that other chamber, the one that holds joy, to be filled to the top and bulging! Blessings to you and all whose hearts long for joy and more joy…


    • Gloryteller
      Jan 18, 2014 @ 16:44:51

      Pressed down, shaken, and running over, even! Amen!
      Blessings back, Carol Ann!
      (Soon I will publish a poem about the despair of one who longs for some thing(s) (they) cannot get.)
      It could be about me. My readers should be concerned – very concerned . . . .

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