Poetry

My Brother

I have a brother, yet he is my friend, and when I see him, my joy does not end. For in him is hope, I can’t comprehend, how he can love me, and hand he extend. To me it does reach, when I am so low, and lifts me above, my fear and my foe….

Phases

They aren’t clear cut phases. This raises a question in my mind, “When is the right time for transition?” There’s no automatic transmission on life, we have to manually shift. In a prone and prostrate position, I pray the great physician heal me of my current condition. My mind described as this: lost! I entreat…

Questions

How will I know? It’s breaking my heart. I want to tell you, but where do I start? I wish I could hold you, and calm all your fears. If you cried I would kiss, away all your tears. But when are you ready for me to pour out? It’s hard to hold in, I…

Re”poppy”lation

A beautiful flower rises from amongst the thorns, and strives for the light and the truth of the Father. The Lord carries the seeds from the flower, to a place we do not know, at a time in which we are not aware. Each individual seed will be planted withal in darkness, but the glory…

The Rock

No longer tears of pain, but joy, what tactics does my God employ, to rid my heart of loneliness, transformed into a lonely bliss? And Satan’s left, but he will come, he’ll take not all the hearts, but some. Yet I will stand a rock of love, characteristic of above. For God has given me…

assonance consonance alliteration poem adam and eve original sin

Original Sin: An Example of Alliteration, Assonance and Consonance

“Surely you will not die,” the beast whispered into the ears of Adam’s wife. He then slithered softly and slowly from the shadows. He slid gracefully across the grass into the woman’s sight, suspecting that she soon would see the silliness of the rule and the solid superiority of his own statement. The stillness of…