Category Archive: Poetry

Written To My Dear Wife On Her 23rd Birthday…

Fair Queen, what might I state to weight thy crown? For thy hath garnered gold and rubies rare What could be writ to further thy renown? Since beauty thine be swept by Western… Continue reading

The Ramblings of the Risen…

One morn a desp’rate man beside me sat A chiseled man whose leaves their colors turned He questioned if I knew and doffed his hat And sought to teach me all that he… Continue reading

Though Sorrows Well And Flood Like Lunar Tides…

Though sorrows well and flood like lunar tides And evil settles in a sieging war; My LORD, my strength, shall shield me on all sides- Encamped around, behind me, and before   Though… Continue reading

Sonnet: With Knuckles White And Lig’ments Strain’ed Taut…

With knuckles white and lig’ments strain’ed taut And bulging disks thus weighted with a load A battered face deep-scarred from battles fought While trav’lling uphill both ways through this road   With hope… Continue reading

Sonnet: When Level With The Sea The Peaks Attract…

When level with the sea the peaks attract, And snow-capped majesty doth bat its eyes; The wild elegance affirms as fact, That living best is dwelling in the skies.   When focus then… Continue reading

Within This Blackness Needest I A Flame…

Within this blackness needest I a flame To warm my frozen faith which numbeth be The fi’re be used to see from whence I came And point me for’ard to boldly follow He… Continue reading