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 #16 – rethinking thunder as God’s voice in the light of the crucifixion

The distant thunder rolls across the skies An instant rewind of a God Who dies and so this reminds me of Calvary and thoughts of wrath do seem a vagary A curtain torn reveals what could have been Uncertain omen separating sin from life, from home in every act of will for then we lived … More Sonnet #16 – rethinking thunder as God’s voice in the light of the crucifixion