James Papastamos

Rookie (December 13th,2009 / Toronto, Canada)

James Papastamos Poems

1. Intensive Care 3/4/2007
2. Skyline 4/16/2008
3. Exodus 4/18/2008
4. By Love Of God 4/26/2008
5. Sacrifice 4/27/2008
6. In Just A Moment 6/2/2008
7. Broadway 6/5/2008
8. Salvation 6/8/2008
9. Gethsemane 6/21/2008
10. From Heaven...With Love 8/27/2008
11. Faith 9/7/2008
12. What Might Have Been 10/22/2008
13. Waiting For God 11/2/2008
14. Born Again 11/30/2008
15. Awakenings 11/30/2008
16. The End Of Time 12/2/2008
17. Snow Flakes 12/10/2008
18. December 12/19/2008
19. Close Encounters 12/29/2008
20. The Day I Cried 1/20/2009
21. The Ends Of Time 1/29/2009
22. Waiting 2/21/2009
23. Lord Jesus 3/5/2009
24. Lord Jesus Christ 3/5/2009
25. Nature 3/19/2009
26. The Beginning Of The End 3/22/2009
27. The Mall 3/24/2009
28. The Monastery 3/27/2009
29. The Starving Artist 4/6/2009
30. Death Highway 4/7/2009
31. You Have Cancer 4/10/2009
32. Deliverance 4/15/2009
33. Promises 4/15/2009
34. Armageddon 4/18/2009
35. Bethlehem 4/26/2009
36. Watch Me 5/4/2009
37. The Promised Land 5/12/2009
38. The Nursing Home 5/18/2009
39. Dear Mother, Dear Father 5/26/2009
40. The Disciple 6/14/2009
Best Poem of James Papastamos

Coffee And Tea

A cup of coffee for us all
this morning sun to brew its taste
We wave our hats, salute its wind
the steam now rising, we fan its haste

We cup our hands, attract its warmth
its putrid scent collects what not
As lay men dance their chosen trade
and women of mercy gather in thought

My seat is empty, the tables have turned
the glass divides yet bares no hate
As many are blessed who fill its chapel
but I, alone, shall drink its fate

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Skyline

Cancer mystifies…if not, it
Disfigures the rising sun
Its walls as overbearing as bare
Deflect what dying glimmers of fun

Cancer is a dropp of rain, as
Arid and rambunctious as
Tempests on a saucy, summer day
For cancer is homeless and hopeful

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