Monthly Archives: December 2010

Love For Us

Roll the stone away That heart might live, Not decay; And might forgive. Mark the heart with your word; Fill its recesses with your love; Make it light, a hummingbird From heaven, sharing its sweets thereof. Kneel the knee, The

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The Waiter

She leaves the book closed to her heart and any inquiry of love. It is a book of paintings– Monet, perhaps, Rembrandt or a scant sketcher of her fancy. She keeps a calendar of every hour of idleness that she

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Judas

He returns his thirty silver Coins with remorse, But it is too late for Him. His eyes are swollen From crying and dying, Black circles Surrounding his fate. The hour is getting late. I’ll eat this date Forever. He ponders

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Faith

My heart tears and burns and pulls and rends When I cling to sin and turn from Him. Like a child, I push and pull and scream, But I’m fighting a phantom and myself it seems. His noiseless, faceless strength

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