The world does not cry out in pain, demanding no answer But it does know insufficiency, with greatest acuity - Its own as well as another’s. And so it goes on.
I As it turns out The mothership looming over L.A. Was the New Jerusalem The day had come Heaven and earth creaked into orbit, Pensive We’d forgotten that Jesus came the first time As an alien, so of course it might be Him. Did we expect literal trumpets? A sword made of iron? We forgot... Continue Reading →
You Summoned Me
You summoned me this morning To peel and chop potatoes. The grey light sieved through earthbound clouds Poured in like smoke from some far cold Censer, dripping with perfume of ground smell. The radio declared your heavenly praises Behind the thop thop of knife through tuber And scratch of plastic, blade and board. Every day... Continue Reading →