The Narrow Door – Ignatian Spirituality

I really like the slim door—You know, the one on the faculty
Where dad and mom and kids cram in
At the start of the day at Saint Paul,
Rushing to beat the bell.

They are blissful or drained or confused,
But at all times will smile and thanks
For holding the door open
So they will rush by earlier than the lessons and go as much as their rooms.

Elsewhere the doorways are Wide and Efficient
and have photo voltaic-powered automated openings
for simple ingress and egress.
There aren’t any visitors jams in these doorways,
No probability to carry out an act of affection.

I really like the slim door.

Photo by Skyler Smith on Unsplash.

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