“Grace through the brethren,

     Instants so pure,

With love through the spirit,

     And doubts are no more,

We share through the caring,

     And move through the bearing,

The love that surrounds us,

     Will ultimately trust – thus.”

Ebbing Time

“Silent rhythms,

     on the sea of time,

ever so soothing,

     because they are mine,

Peace within my soul today,

     Is ever seeking to always stay.

Oh, heart of my heart,

     It seems useless to say,

But the peace from within,

     Can go out and come in,

Ebbing with the search of signs,

     Wishing it could stay longer – Sometimes.”


“Do we live in silence,

     Never seeing other souls?

Do they feel the striving,

     Of everlasting goals?

To set the heart on fire,

     With ever endless desire.

To walk through days adrift,

     How can they survive,

The empty being?

How can it be – 

     To hear and see — Nothing.”


I truly feel that these poems are a gift of great blessing in my life, and meant to be shared with all, to stir their passion and emotion, as well.  In fact, I am still writing poetry and each new poem just seems to be better than the last.   First is my foreword to all:

 "Woe is me, for I am human,
Bring me back my ancient soul;
forbid the breath of earthen tears;
achieve thee, in thy grace."



“So Sweet, tis’ the enchanting,

spiral of a spirit,

Endowing your soul with tears,

Reaching to remember,

The simple sphere,

When life does seem so bleak,

Realizing our purpose upon this plane,

Bringing us closer to our ancient love,

Surging pain of redemption will be no more,

Through the unbelievable –

Taste of God’s Kiss.”