Driving Home

Driving Home

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I used to think this was God’s country
Here, on the straight roads of Midwest America.
Even now, I can’t deny the different flavor of freedom
That is breathing air deeply
While pursuing a path so confident in the way
It sits straight before you for miles.

And I thought the roads were better for being straight,
Because I hadn’t learned the way
Curves and bends can hide, until the last minute
When they surprise you
With the sun and all the land
Glowing more brilliantly for being unexpected.

 

 

Originally published at www.thisisbeautifuldust.com.

 

 

Stephanie DiMaria

A graduate of Calvin College, Stephanie is a middle-school Latin teacher at a private school in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. She is co-author of the book 40 Days of Art and Literature: A Prayer Journal, available on Amazon. When she isn't writing or teaching, Stephanie can usually be found near good food and good company.

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