The Hounds of Happiness October 1, 2017 ShareThe hounds of happiness have been taught well
By master Guilty Fear to seek out all
The hearts where mirth and joyful feelings dwell;
The sound of glee and laughter is their call.
The hounds don’t live in time, or dwell in space,
But they ...
Chaos Isn’t King September 26, 2017 ShareThis poem says that there is only one will–God’s will–and that sin (opposition to God’s will) is only a temporary mistake in the world of illusion. Mistakes should not be punished but gently corrected.
If God does reign with power, truth, ...
All Who Live September 25, 2017 ShareAll
and want peace
and love and bliss,
should do just one thing.
The judgments that sting
and land amiss,
The form of this poem is called a trianglet. It rhymes AbcxddxcbA (where the x ...
Vain Sacrifice September 23, 2017 ShareYou
can be something
that is good to give.
But oneness does live
with a price
The form of this poem is called a trianglet. It rhymes AbcxddxcbA (where the x lines don’t have to rhyme and the A lines are identical). The ...
The First and the Last September 22, 2017 ShareThis poem’s form is prescribed by the “First & Last Form.”
The First and the Last is for real
He takes all our sorrow to heal
Feeds thousands a miracle meal
Walks on the water in a storm
Is baptized with a ...
Love Waited September 22, 2017 ShareLove
till the end
of time for you
to recognize it.
Now that you prize it
what will you do
This poem refers to spiritual love (spiritual union) and not to romantic love. There are more ...
The Two Farmers September 22, 2017 ShareThis poem is a new sonnet about an old idea.
Two farmers walked out into their own fields;
They planted all of their thoughts in the ground;
Each one must partake of what his land yields,
For what each man sowed was what did ...
From Light to Light – Revised September 21, 2017 ShareThe Light
There is a light that embraces all things,
And carries all people in gentle wings;
It is intelligent, loving, and warm,
And there are numberless beings that swarm
Within its peaceful and welcoming mien;
It cannot, with the body’s eyes, be seen;
And this light ...
Which Side Are You On? September 18, 2017 ShareThis is a sonnet about a decision that we make every day. Our actions reveal which decision we have made.
“For whoever wishes to save his life will lose it; but whoever loses his life for My sake will find it. ...
Mistress Math September 16, 2017 ShareThis is a tragicomic poem.
Long ago, Math left her obscurity,
And, soon after, she lost her purity;
Men have embraced her in every field,
For when they ask her, she always does yield;
For she enjoys all of the attentions,
And men ignore all of ...