The sun shone brightly, it’s warmth tempered by a deep cooling breeze. The days weren’t as long as they had been, the grasses were browning from summer’s green, And I could see, as I drove in, that the leaves were desperately clinging to the trees, Soon all would fall and a new thing would begin.… More Left onto Stoke Lane
הָֽאָדָם בְּצַלְמוֹ And so the curse prevailed un-curtailed. I, for my own desires, continued in failing maintaining that blasted work of stitching leaves into garments Even when dried skin sufficed to unify. Where hands failed, I made new ones to fit, and covered the blood that soaked them; Where feet had come unstuck, cracked from… More Notes from the death star
Source: In defence of Alpha
Genesis 1. Will you only hover over the emptiness? Will you kiss the mess and speak? Or will you hold it together in its darkness. 2. When will the night cease? The word was heard and the divide created but this darkness won’t relent. Shine brighter still in the darkness for this plain won’t break… More The Railing
A River Runs Through It and Other Stories (1976) I climbed to the top of the peak. When I looked, I knew I might never again see so much of the earth so beautiful, the beautiful being something you know added to something you see, in a whole that is different from the sum of… More Faith: Dancing with Donald Grump
I always find it interesting that God didn’t just descend on the clouds a full grown man first time round. He elected to grow in a womb at the mercy of a young girl; to be born a baby in a possibly unhygienic setting; to be raised by the same young girl and her husband… More Post-Christmas, will you nurture or neglect the baby?