Sonnet #44 – 2nd Carnival sonnet, an upside-down sonnet

Sonnet #44 – 2nd Carnival sonnet, an upside-down sonnet. To be read top to bottom, and bottom to top. T’is He Who turned our planet upside-down upon the cross of Christ, the Holy Clown and I would be remiss were I not glad Though sad the sight of Him whose skin was flayed So now … More Sonnet #44 – 2nd Carnival sonnet, an upside-down sonnet

Sonnet #38 – further meditations on the pastorate

Sonnet #38 – further meditations on the pastorate A Shakespearean sonnet on love of life in service. Contrast light and dark, sorrow and joy and their simultaneous tensions. We speak of light, but know the dark too well Enjoin a joy to those we love and serve They watch, we live through torment and through … More Sonnet #38 – further meditations on the pastorate