We think these words were found in a Mennonite Church in Canada. This layout is by Janet Brewin – thanks to her “calligraphy” (my description) or her “neat handwriting” (her self-effacing description). They were words my mother treasured and which were used at her funeral.
3 thoughts on “I am I am I”
Reblogged this on Teacher as Transformer and commented:
This beautiful poem requires little explanation. Whatever I live through. I end up back at I.
Thank you Ivon for the reblog and helping to share this lovely poem.
You are welcome David. It is a lovely poem and sentiment. Thank you for bringing to us.