A Street Called Mercy

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Written for November Notes hosted by Rosema at A Reading Writer and Sarah at Heartstring Eulogies.

Day 6 Music Prompt: Street Called Mercy by Hillsong United.

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oh my, Davy!!! you captured the beauty of the song in just three lines. wow. wow.

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Oh, oh my heart, this is so beautiful and deeply touching, Davy. So much packed into 3 lines.

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A three lines poem filled with a dozen of emotions…well done Davy..

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Damn. This is great. You and Rosema are killing this.

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Oh my! This is perfect. It’s beyond beautiful 🙂 I agree with Devereaux Frazier 🙂

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You did such a great job with this one!

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So beautiful, Davy. And it says so much. I think of busy feet shuffling along and the cold indifference of the city and humanity. But then, the coins, and there is hope – even when it lies on something that seemingly disconnects us from ourselves and nature. That left me with powerful imagery.

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    Thank you Laura. Another reflection from my policing days in London. Over the 30 years I had many dealings with people living on the streets. It was heart rending how, what we would class as minimal, could help them. I appreciate the insightful comment.

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I agree with Laura. At times, what may seem insignificant and small to us means the world to somebody else. Excellent and profound piece, D.

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Heartfelt ❤

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