Daniel Partlow Poems
- Howl Allen Ginsberg Howl Allen Ginsberg with Nebuchadnezzar’s...
- Sunrise On The Mount A multitude, yea, all of those with ...
- Raising Children Of Light (Not...
- Divorce - Another Matter Of Co...
- A Scriptural Valentine (The Mi...
- A Day Is A Thousand Years (From 1st/2nd Peter) God has ...
- Winds Of The Spirit Why chase the wind, when you can become ...
Forward to the Sunrise On the Mount Series:
When I was a young boy, learning about God, I knew that some day, He would give me an important mission. I didn’t know what it was, but I knew in my heart that I had a significant role to play.
I set out, at the age of seven to write a book comparing the theology and doctrines of different faiths. It turned out to be a bigger task than I had imagined. Perhaps my parents wanted me to be a little more grounded first, because when I asked them to buy me the canonical literature of every faith, I ended up with one little paperback with some conversion stories.
I prayed for His guidance, and although I never heard ... more »
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Howl Allen Ginsberg
Howl Allen Ginsberg with Nebuchadnezzar’s
For this generation’s minds lie bleeding and ravished
in the streets of the libertine-philosophic
Your angel-headed hipsters of darkness marshalling
the hollow-eyed masses to their graves.
Israfel softly sings his damnable odes in the classroom
and o’er the air-waves.
Two hundred million saxes wail false laments
like the butchered-truths of the painter Francis Bacon
But when one prays at the altar of Damien Hirst
(or de Payens) just Who and what has been forsaken?