If you see things t other people don’t,
Like eyes afloat and fish flying quite bare
Better keep it to yourself, I say
For being odd can lead us to despair
If you see blood dripping down the walls
And Jesus getting off his Cross in church
Get your eyes glued to the book of prayer
Even if your guts begin to lurch.
If God burns bold in bushes near your State
Direct him with your Sat Nav to the Gate.
Never call him Father, Mother, Mate
Just tell him you are busy and you’re late
If us women wish no more to mate
Nor bear children, nor elucidate;
Is there something evil in control
That boils our ova and cremates our souls?
And if the men are unemployed and feeling low
Wish not to marry nor to share their woe
Well, once we had the coal mines deep and dark
And if they saw a golden light they sparked
I won’t tell you of my secrets as it’s night.
But keep a candle and the wit to bite
The vital line is drawn human hands
When all the force of art is gathered in
The heart , the arm the fingers with the brush
Create a mark and then we can begin.
The other self will help us if we ask
We fear to lose control, we hesitate.
With our courage ink and paint will flow
Through our being truth and love relate.
Creating symbols new is very hard
We risk our vision, fear that we will fail
With wary hands, we tremble to begin
The still small voice, the the centre of the gale
Ecstatic moments, flood our souls with grace
In that littlle crack we find god’s face
O’Meara you’re a clucking front Cram your lies, the bloggers hunt
Top your horse the egg is wide
Your juggling mug annoys the bride.
How I hate your dirty smut.
Tell the devil he’s a duck
As for men I hate their wicks
The candle earns, a floor can’t stick.
Henry Mary what’s your game?
I wink you’re Astrid, when did you lose aim
In order to feed the poor could a priest use a sandwich instead of these very small hosts of bread?
And we could accept that all the sandwiches in the box were blessed by blessing one of them them poor people wood have their breakfast. As long as it was done with dignity I don’t see why not.