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Fibonacci: Science and Poetry, Part 3

God’s Fingerprints

 

Curls,

swirls,

whirling,

unfurling,

the universe forms

such dissimilar things as storms

and roses, galaxies and shells – with familiar tells.

 

© 2017 Christina Chase


This is Part 2 of my journey of faith chronicled through Fibonacci poems

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Although crippled by disease, I am fully alive in love. I write about the profound wonder and terrible beauty of life while living with physical disability and severe dependency. Unafraid to ask life's big questions, I was briefly an atheist and considered other religions before finding, in God's choice to intimately share our humanity, what it truly means to be fully human. A revert to the Catholic Faith, I blog weekly and have written a book called It's Good to Be Here.

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