We need differences in order to be most fully human,
Say the wise, articulate theologians of the one g*d.

I spend my morning walking the same path carefully
Placed by the laboring hands of cement workers,

Thinking beyond the advertisements inserted inside 
Mailboxes in countless ways by the systems of the world.

A mourning dove coos for no apparent reason other
Than to hear the sound of its own peculiar song.

And the amaryllis sends two blooms colored with blood
into the morning air to ask, What difference do I need?

“…so that you may discern what is the will of God—what is good and acceptable and perfect.” Romans 12:2

Will-full, God,
who gives me the ability to discern your will,
is your will singular or plural?
Who is the "you" You are referring to?
For while I may be clear
on what is good and acceptable and perfect,
the plurality of "you",
the second persons plural,
them, those people and the Others,
discern a different good and acceptable and perfect.