Dewi Sant

St. David used his power When his mother was in labor And soldiers came to slay her But hailstorms drove them back But he would not use his power To stop the warring Saxons That poured across the country To plunder and attack St. David used his power To make himself a pulpit From valley turned to hilltop That rose up from the sod But … Continue reading Dewi Sant

A Man for All Seasons: An Anthem

Foolish men have prattling tongues Yet the wisest use no words Purest songs go unsung Though the din, though the din Is heard Foolish men seek out a name Yet the wisest hold their own Set aside without shame Standing strong, standing strong Alone What’s the price, what’s the price Of God’s truth? What’s the sum, what’s the sum Of Man’s worth? Wild winds are … Continue reading A Man for All Seasons: An Anthem

The Proof of Love

You don’t have to be anything to me Except yourself Nor prove your worth to me Except through your own presence You don’t have to rattle, ramble, or rush Through a thousand thoughts Deep and provoking, keen and penetrating, Yet cold and sterile I desire your company You, the whole of you, just being you Not constrained and suffocated, Upholding a scholarly façade to shield … Continue reading The Proof of Love