In the months I was preparing to visit Israel last year, I listened to a great deal of the Old Testament while riding my bicycle to and from work. Listening instead of reading helped me approach the scriptures in a way that prompted … Continue reading →
Category: lds, original poetry
Tagged: bible, dramatic irony, honor, irony, lds, morality, mormon, Old Testament, poem, poetry, religion, sonnet, Uriah the hittite
I have shared a couple of my poems on my blog in the past (Why Osiris is Green and The Christmas Tree). Now, I have a new poem, just finished this week, that I want to share. While the poem … Continue reading →
In my previous post I alluded briefly to the linguistic and scriptural interplay between the words “Breath” and “Spirit.” A decade ago I wrote a poem based upon the semantic interplay of words etymologically related to breathing and the spirit, … Continue reading →
I have posted this previously elsewhere, but seeing as it is Christmas once again, and I have this new blog, I thought I would post it anew. The ancient Scandinavians envisioned the Universe as a giant ash tree they called … Continue reading →
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