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Psalm 90

Already This already is the love of God: The sunlight will not thicken, The caress of air will not become a kiss. The threat of death will never, No never, no never, no never Be removed. In your dying ye shall die, And die and die and die; You will be naked and homeless; And this meager earth Will be Read More


Anticipation

Forty Wide-open eyes fret the ungrateful darkness Searching for hope; headlights discover nothing In the rearview mirror, driving empty miles Treadbare tired down never-ended roads Racing to finish the circle unsure where it began, Faster than his fullness, on deflating expectations Crack a window! Smell the promise! Taste light!Eat the memory of a missing burden you lost along the way. Read More


Memoriam

Chips Off the Block A song is a peeled-off band-aid That turned to butterfly; A poem is a scar From a thought that went too deep. Sometimes we have to live the songs We only ever wanted to sing; And we give best our loss Of what we had wanted always to keep. 11/21/21


Sniffing at Tombs

Fall Must Ah the darkening, dimning day That makes us sorry for all the sunlight we never saw; Softly may it close the eyes of summer Gently may it rest the head of spring Warmly may we dream, and remember Embraced beyond the coldest winter’s sting 10/21/21