Monthly Archives: May 2019

Whatever happened to Our Father?

Many women priest friends and supporters are gearing up to celebrate 25 years of the ordination of women to the order of presbyter in the Church of England. There have been many consequences of this momentous innovation. Many of the … Continue reading

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RUNNING WILD

  In bright Frost-dressed Dawn: The dog, Let loose, Skims the winter wheat, Drenching himself In icy dew. Weaving patterns Across the field   Defying reason: Stopping -scenting -crashing through the hedge -plunging in the pond.   Energy unleashed. Instincts … Continue reading

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AMBASSADOR

2 Corinthians 20 – ‘we are ambassadors for Christ.’ Ambassador for Christ   Beware they will not believe And not believing shall judge you are deceived: Your message is nonsense To hearts that are deaf: Yet The Word might awaken … Continue reading

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LINCOLN CATHEDRAL (3)*

*Over the years I have written two other poems about Lincoln Cathedral ( of which I am still humbled to be a Canon!) THE SCAFFOLDING   Consider The scaffolding;   Rising Falling Drifting As the decades pass by.   Obscuring … Continue reading

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CROWS

  Silently shining. Brilliant black. We appear at Eastertide; Rooting up The wheat that springs up green.     No one believes we are The Enemy; That is a distant memory A myth, A folk memory: There is no evil … Continue reading

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