Doug Blair Poems
|3.||Ship Of Ships||4/27/2013|
|8.||From Andalusia And Back||4/27/2013|
|13.||My Slim Bark||4/27/2013|
|14.||Jairus, Running, Hoping||4/27/2013|
|15.||The Odds Garden||4/27/2013|
|16.||Nasty Christians Need To Learn||4/28/2013|
|17.||Wind Of The Spirit||5/18/2013|
|18.||Under The Canvas||5/18/2013|
|24.||House Of Prayer||6/14/2013|
|29.||Down From The Mountain||4/27/2013|
|30.||'Til The Branch (Isaiah 11)||5/12/2013|
|33.||A Young Death||6/30/2013|
|34.||From The Crucible||5/26/2013|
|35.||Three Am And Raining||9/21/2013|
|36.||Gospel Diamond Exquisite||9/24/2013|
|38.||Romans 8: Just A Fraction||9/28/2013|
Simon Of Cyrene
I could scarce believe my ears
As the Roman soldier said:
“You there, stranger, lift that cross,
Follow Jesus, good as dead.”
I had missed the troubled crowd,
Having just come into town.
Now I pressed beneath the load,
Joined to him who wore a crown.
All around humanity,
Yet my thoughts were fixed on him.
Why the back ripped to the bone?
Why the cruel and thorny brim?
How he struggled to ascend!
How he laboured for his breath!
Yet I sensed his body strove
T’ward the hill marked for his death.
It became a strange desire ...
Out Of Hemingway's Cuba
Oh Santiago, back again
For days sore missed at sea
And did you foil the mighty fish
Or did you leave him free?
With luck so bad