RSSArchive for January, 2015

Jan

28

To Course Direction

To Course Direction For: e.e.d. Faith is a fine invention a gyroscope of means, to help you see. Oneiric in dimension, your spirit seeks it seems, angels who come to cosset, who speak in dreams. Faith can be the only bridge on landing from the fall broken by old law, the only just connection with […]

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Jan

26

The Sea of Insanity

The Sea of Insanity When I hear one of the Nevilles sing about Jesus I want to go up to my rooftop and look out over the wide sea of insanity…How could all this be? What I see out there are life rafts, some empty, some not and sharks circling, feeding fiercely on each other, […]

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Jan

22

Walleye

Walleye Lake is a glass for the sky to send messages, reflecting at angles to mendicants who wander its edges, messages of resplendent wonder. I don’t see the face of it, instead I see, or I think I see a long conical bowl of gold stretching across the water, from moon’s streak of yellow light […]

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Jan

18

Judas and the Resurrection

Judas and the Resurrection How could Judas, this foreigner from Kerioth, steal almost every day from some unknown carpenter and his crew of fishermen to whom he was not close and not be caught or faulted? Jesus let it pass. By whose decree was He exalted? Nothing made sense. Judas was sure at least one […]

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Jan

14

Judas and Christ’s Ascension

Judas at Christ’s Ascension “Mesdames et messieurs, ladies and gents, move in, draw near.” not in a hawker’s hawk, delivered more like prayer, in the present tense, sotto voce, he cared not to have the master hear. The Master knew every word before it was spoken, who gave and who could not. The Master knew […]

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Jan

10

Winter Storm

Winter Storm The wind creaks the maple out in front of his home like the old man’s bones shuffling, knees and hips bowing, supporting him barely across shiny tiled floor, loose silk robe hanging like snow that is blowing fine powder across the yard, almost spraying a carpet rolled flowing on its edges and thick. […]

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Jan

7

The Road to Emmaus

The Road to Emmaus Mood restrained they talk in somber tones how Romans ripped the muscles of his back off bones, such beating as the one they’d grown to love was given. They walk to Emmaus. They are running away in fear. Malchus, was it Malchus? Perhaps this was the reason he is unnamed, unnamed […]

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Jan

4

Cain’s Offering

Cain’s Offering It felt like a sickness coming on, the first time he saw one of Abel’s sheep gnawing on the roots of carrots he had planted. When he spotted a group of ewes nibbling on kale his heart knotted, went to Abel, “they’re ruining my fields.” Abel laughed how he loved his little lambs, […]

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