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Heavenward

A crimson leaf, high-hoped, leapt heavenward,

but autumn’s failing breath sustained it not;

with dew-teared face it kissed its dreams goodbye

and fell, and sank, to wither and to rot.

He watched the half-black skies that drowned the day,

his azure Eden hidden from his sight.

As crimson turned to earth, he whispered soft,

“Stay not long hidden, bringer of the light,”

’til just before the earth was tucked within

its blanket, resurrection to await,

with broken brethren he was gathered in,

a child’s exuberance to satiate.

First child, then leaf, leapt heavenward aglow,

and fell with breezy laughter back below.

The Window Philosopher

Reflections from the edge of adulthood.

dum spiro, spero.

public notes to myself for the benefit of many

A Tangled Mass

"I am a little pencil in the hand of a writing God, who is sending a love letter to the world." - Bl. Mother Teresa

The Soul of Rock n' Roll

Rebelling against going with the flow...Tradition, novelty, and classical wisdom with a dose of all things Rock!

Bob Rice

Catholic speaker, musician, author, teacher

Not the Ends

when i can't keep my thoughts inside my head

Behold Your Beauty

finding beauty in every day life

Earnest Attempts

Just a young Catholic poet wanting to share his perspectives with the world.

Armads and Elendil

“I do not love the bright sword for its sharpness, nor the arrow for its swiftness, nor the warrior for his glory. I love only that which they defend.” ~J.R.R. Tolkien

Eärendil Star

One blog to rule them all. One blog to find them. One blog to bring them all, and in the light, bind them.

Full Fathom Five

A blog of literature and life

The Cultured Catholic

In the world, but not of the world. Cultured, yet counter-cultural. The Christian paradox.

Prayers and Promises

Finding Hope in This Crazy World