Sonnet #12 – Misquote Descarte: a meditation on suffering as the fulfillment of the sufferings of Christ

I stand before the Lord in taut appeal in quiv’ring cry of need, in shaking moans and He who hears my cry must feel my bones which resonate the pitch of my ordeal The dissonance of life displayed in groans distracts the ears of heaven, calls the heart of Him Who juggles earth and sky … More Sonnet #12 – Misquote Descarte: a meditation on suffering as the fulfillment of the sufferings of Christ

Sonnet #5 – on the search for God. Finding, loosing, finding again as a way of life

Sonnet #5 This God unseen, He hides beneath the robesof cloud and sky and cracking thunderous nightsBehind the the starry skies and sun’s stiff lightand winds that blow toward edge of curve of globe He ever moving hides and then disrobesa ghost who moves from in to out of sightHe hides I seek, I hide … More Sonnet #5 – on the search for God. Finding, loosing, finding again as a way of life