Mary Always Knew

posted: 1 Apr 2010 comments: 0category:

Mary always knew there was more to Him than met the eye. And now, she was looking into his eyes. in a way that only a mother can. She wasn't going to make a scene She detested violence The voices were raised The crowd was jostling This was not about her. She knew that. This was always bigger than her. Bigger than she could ever be She smiles and cries and feels the pride well up He looked dazed but not defeated She thought Tired but not exhausted If...
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I'm more than graffiti?

posted: 11 Mar 2010 comments: 2category:

Graffiti scrawled on a concrete wall an initial scribbled on a wooden desk a pattern stained on a textbook a tattoo mark on naked skin Who are we? Vandals, Carvers, Artists, Sculptures? We're all trying to say The same thing I'm unique I'm someone I'm vulnerable I'm ephemeral I'm passing O God Don't forget My name Remember me In your Kingdom
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Slip Slidin' Away

posted: 13 Jan 2010 comments: 0category:

I was listening to the Janice Forsyth Show on Radio Scotland last Saturday. i'm a bit of a fan of Janice. I like her style and her selection of music. Anyway she played a Paul Simon number called "Slip Slidin' Away" I hadn't heard it in a long time, but it sure describes all our antics in this weather. I was out visiting round the parish yesterday and before long I was slip slidin'away. However i must say a big thank you to the gritters for dropping past the church...
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Walking Back

posted: 29 Nov 2009 comments: 0category:

Walking back home Sore feet Sore head Sore heart So tired So sorry So what Walking back home Still seeking Still weeping Still reaping Say something Say nothing Say everything Walking back home No promises No comprimises November To slow To know To say Nothing Instead I'm Forgiven Words fail me
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Sticks and Stones

posted: 13 Nov 2009 comments: 0category:

[kml_flashembed movie="" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /]This Season of Remembrance draws from all of us a sense admiration and gratitude but also a great sense of sadness and disappointment. Its overwhelming as we consider that so many innocent people are the causalities of war. Its not just the soldiers and the immediate civillians caught in the crossfire. Its not just the people who have lost limbs Its literally...
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