A meditative poem told through the eyes of Jew who witnessed flowering of Palm Sunday, and then the growth of Golgotha. With the rending of the Temple veil, he is granted a vision of the Paradise angel who, in two strokes, shows him that Eden, Sinai, Tabor and Golgotha are chapters in the same story, and that Christ-God is now our Eucharist.
Sung to ‘Memory’ from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ‘Cats’, this poem celebrates the cruciality (is that a word?) of coffee, and its centrality to life.
This poem is meant to be sung to the Irish melody ‘Only Our Rivers Run Free’. It speaks to a resurrectionist hope that we are all called to have,
How quickly things pass us by when we’re not paying attention. If we stopped and looked, we’d find a bouquet of reality rucked up under our wheels.