Thursday, June 09, 2011

once was lost but now am found: an ode to ecumenism

Confessions of a lost blue cup

Last week, I got lost. Someone kindly took me from Catholic World, transported me to Kitchen World and washed me.

Then, sadly, strangely, I was placed in a (Kitchen world) cupboard!

I wept for my owner in Catholic World. Alas, she heard me not.

Later, someone else opened the cupboard in Kitchen World. Seeing my attractive blue colouring, having no knowledge of my rightful owner, seeing no marks of possession on my pretty blue bottom, they filled me with coffee and took me to a new place, the broad and spacious halls of Uniting World.

Later, a third person collected me from a desk in Uniting World. Dirty, they decided to take me to Kitchen World. Suddenly a door in Catholic world opened. A cry was heard, “That’s our cup.”

Immediately, promptly, I was returned to Catholic world. I was lost (not stolen by Steve Taylor).

But now am found.

(For another ode to ecumenism, see I am a stealer of Catholic bread).

Posted by steve at 08:49 PM

2 Comments

  1. That blue cup and I? We have pretty much the same story. Not sure which cupboard I am sitting in these days. I’d like someone to tell me, but am not completely sure it matters :-)

    Comment by Michelle — June 9, 2011 @ 10:39 pm

  2. Michelle,

    I find this a wonderfully playful response to a pretty playful moment :)

    steve

    Comment by steve — June 10, 2011 @ 12:01 pm

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