BY FAITH ALONE (POEM)

still this soul one gentle reverie harmonic scraps form a beautiful evocation a hymn to the evening Sun sufferings past and sufferings present melt into memory no thing destroyed me sanded the old shoulders, sure but no thing penetrated this soul’s purple raincoat

DIVINITY AND THE OCEAN

thick sound, smothering several thousand threads … crossing back and forth as well-tossed waves far from shore, past Donaghadee silence seemed to be the solution, now seemingly chaotic, this rapturous symphony seals diving, up and breathing, once forgotten long-forms black in their silken sogginess mere elements amongst a greater composition stars, reflected and battered as … Continue reading DIVINITY AND THE OCEAN