Poetry is nearer to vital truth than history ~ Plato

Sunday, April 1, 2012


Speak of your follies and mistakes
the hard road you've had to endure

All those terrible things done
as a result of circumstances

No one could blame you
Living godless like you were
who are we to judge?

Confession relieves
Admission receives

though you still must pay the dues demanded
by the law of the land

That free will deal
you know the one...

that points to the probability
we are all living godless lives
yet still some of us
manage to remain human.


Brian Miller said...

its the ones that do stay human that i love...you know...

Fred Rutherford said...

Nice first piece for poetry month. Really like the congregational call and response here. Terrific job. Thanks.

Jannie Funster said...

I skipped church today to stay home and clean, but I feel like I've had a healing service here, Tash. :)

~~ signed, still slightly human in Texas.

Anonymous said...

"manage to remain human" ... It's such a fine line to walk.

This week's words are up, Tash. I hope you'll come write for me again:


Quotes,Photos and a little Poetry said...

Amen, to no judging.

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chromapoesy.com said...

Sing it sister, I'll join that choir!