New Collection of Poetry Offers Deep Spectrum of Meaning
"Changed on the Wheel" Presents Poems that Encourage, Inspire and Illuminate
With over 100 poems, dated and progressing in chronological order, many of the poems in "Changed on the Wheel" were written for special occasions -- birthdays, etc. -- to provide encouragement and edification, while others are more personal and describe Plummer's search for spiritual direction. Her poem, "Business in Great Waters," featured here in excerpt, uses vivid metaphors to describe such a journey:
Business in great waters of His Spirit is yours Where you, like Columbus, have ever pressed Godward In Westward quest to see His works, His wonders in the deep Beyond where most would dare launch forth And for such a time, sailing heedlessly, unheralded into the Son For in the deep is where the nets must be let down once more Where nothing has been caught before in dark upon old well-worn shore Heave up the anchors in the morning watch and fly And let the sea-winds fluff out the mainsail's banners Rudders loosed, hold tackings to the wind And know He's got new shorelines yet unseen, untapped Where foot has never yet trod untried sod in God
"My poems say, 'There is more than a contained limit,'" Plummer writes. "I believe the whole spectrum of these poems is to show how we can all follow hard after Him beyond the boxed-in paradigms." Open your heart and mind with the poems of "Changed on the Wheel."
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