A Poem from Kelsey May | PAROUSIA Magazine

  Your Hands, Instruments of God after Francesca Bell Oh, the mooring. The fishing boat stranded, sandbarred & unsaved. Who can salvage when each net is tangled in coral, when what is underneath & unseen is fated. Then the pierced palms. The feet calming the storm, no more waves, no more wind. How the moon…

Three Poems from Kelsey May | PAROUSIA Magazine

    Thirty Candles Burning   I never expected the betrayal, the dew so sweet I hit it under my tongue and didn’t tell a soul. Days passed, and I didn’t sleep. I untied all the ropes. The morning thistled but couldn’t tempt me. I brushed my hair with a gold-toothed honeycomb. The lion’s claws…

true self by Rick Davis | Poetry | PAROUSIA Magazine

lying on the pillowy bed i count my breath running from random thoughts like jonah fleeing nineveh i encounter a system of larks realizing that the observable universe is transient and less than real as i eclipse the depths of peace finding a God of mercy in daffodils & tulips allowing myself to become an…

Three Poems by Kirby Olson | PAROUSIA Magazine

  EVOLUTION OF THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY On the planet Sirius, a comic mood prevails. There are beings with nine heads & 88 arms Who can juggle 880 balls & whistle in 9 Octaves simultaneously. God sits & watches the planet Sirius, A blue orb in a brighter area of the universe, And eats it up…

Call for Manuscript | Christian Poetry Chapbook | PAROUSIA Magazine

CHRISTIAN POETRY CHAPBOOK Send your manuscript to parousiamagazine@gmail.com Submission Deadline is June 30th 2020 A complete submission should include: A cover letter that includes your name, address, telephone, email, and a signed statement that all the poems are your own original work. Your manuscript with only a title followed by a complete table of contents…

Prayer by O. Hallesby | PAROUSIA Magazine

  My heart now overflows With prayers and praises. My Heavenly Father knows Each sigh that raises My heart ever nearer His heart so tender; For there’s my joy and peace; In Thee I’ve found release, My soul’s Defender. Prayer, O. Hallesby, p 176 Source: Collection Poems Stir Heart Believer Prayer – Bible.org