Treasure Island

Dorothy Kardas, Psy.D. Th.D.


Sapience's Cry


Loud screams of not a whit
Apathetic to hammer blows...
Want of pious endurance and grit
Infinite evil insidiously flows
Crassness, idle pride
Willful abuse flauntingly glows
At all times bound to desultory move
Greedily burying heaven-sent gifts
On no occasion meeting with blessed groove

The blockish skull creates bad blood
Instant by instant sows wild oats
Trickiness, scandalous talk,
While breathing vengeance... gloats
Blind as bats, combative lunatics
Lacking metaphysic unrest
Auto-uncritical arch-heretics
Souls exiled, flunking the test...
Drowning in vice, idiocy
Alien to all curing Guest...
And, the boulder winks nerveless
At erupting lava, volcanic rocks
Submissive to grandeur of nature
Cosmic forces and exacting walks

Vow to (persistently!) bow
To the yoke of nature
For the breadth of mind dwells
In the perfect order laid down
By the one and only infallible Deity
Assuring consummate gaiety
Wisdom ripe inhere in the right order
Revealed by Sacred Preserver and Maker
And, abandoning the Throne of Grace
Is turning into a grisly, as cloven hoof, faker!

Will and kill
Wayward will
Sinking it in the flood
Of lowly Shepherd's Blood
Pluck the eye
Cut the limb
If they trudge
To sludge
Of Sin!
Pull out
By the roots
Medley of
Lifeless whim
Crush the tail
Break the claws
Of the Tempter
Ditching ground
Of waffling woes

Mucky mound
Of shaky ground
Breeds maggots
Mutant, unsound
And, the Sapience
Stands around...

Frozen skull
Luxuriate
In Sapiential Sound!

Submitted: Tuesday, September 03, 2013
Edited: Monday, April 21, 2014

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  • Beverly Hills (10/10/2013 11:59:00 AM)

    Excellent challenge! I suddenly bethought of myself, What has become of me? Time to regroup! (Report) Reply

  • Dorothy Kardas, Psy.d. Th.d. (10/7/2013 6:12:00 PM)

    Dear Carmen Phillip,
    Thank you for reflectively, generously and kindly commenting on a few pieces of my work for which I am perpetually grateful and indebted as well... Without a doubt, your thoughts and words pay great homage to the love and glory of Our Savior. The Infinite and Merciful One looks upon you graciously... May the fire of His Love incessantly sanctify us... Wishing you and your loved ones a superabundant share in God's imperishable riches... In union with His Love - DK (Report) Reply

  • Carmen Phillip (10/1/2013 11:03:00 AM)

    Trudging in the sludge of sin, indeed a mucky mound on shaky ground. Written with a powerfully and purposeful pen. Doom for those who ignore the Light of Christ's message. Repentance is NOW...or sadly never. (Report) Reply

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