A Course in Miracles Poems

  • The Merry-Go-Round April 15, 2017 ShareThis poem is a Shakespearean sonnet. The roundabout is going in reverse, And people see and judge the fading past; The riders greet each other with a curse; The music makes a screeching, blaring blast. The carousel begins to slow, and then The ride and music ...
  • I’m Looking For My Brother January 23, 2017 ShareI’m looking for my brother Can you tell me where he is? Can you tell me who he is? I’m looking for my brother Is he behind that computer screen? Is he behind that smartphone screen? I’m looking for my brother Is he only an illusion? Is he ...
  • My Thoughts Are The Shots December 18, 2016 ShareA little lesson about perception. If my thoughts are the shots that hurt me Then we should learn it good and agree That your act was a fact But the tact that it lacked Was what I did supply and did ...
  • The Choice December 13, 2016 ShareThis poem was initially titled “A Few Cans Of Food And Some Bottles Of Water.” I have revised and improved it. Some cans of food and some jugs of water You’ve got a gun and a garden out back A way to save ...
  • The Amazing Reversible World December 6, 2016 ShareThis poem describes our path from a world of false perception and attack to a world of true perception and forgiveness. Finally, we will return to a heaven of perfect knowledge and love. These ideas come from the book A ...
  • The Age Of Innocence October 4, 2016 ShareWhen we look around at all the others And fail to see them as our brothers We maintain the unhappy status quo And hold firmly to our fear and woe What is it that keeps the world mired in fear And will not allow real ...
  • This Time Around July 7, 2016 ShareThis poem is about the current age and the next age on earth. This time around We don’t see eye to eye This time around We are afraid to die This time around We walk divergent roads This time around We have different codes This time around The righteous people ...
  • The Ego and the Attraction of Death May 18, 2016 ShareWhat would you see without the fear of death? What would you feel and think if death held no attraction for you? Very simply, you would remember your Father. The Creator of life, the Source of everything that lives… –A Course ...
  • The Beast April 24, 2016 ShareThis poem is about the beast of guilt and fear. The repressed beast sleeps In the heart that keeps Its guilt hid away And does not allay The resulting fear That judgment is near People have a mask With the simple task Of hiding the beast But guilt is a ...
  • The Ego’s Last Stand February 13, 2016 ShareThis poem is about letting go of the past, and abandoning our belief that sin cannot be undone You’ve taught me to lie without a trace And to kill with no remorse On the outside I’m the greatest guy But now I’m dead inside —From ...