Jean Renwick

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Our frailties are invincible, our virtues barren;
The battle goes sore against us to the going down of the sun.

Robert Louis Stevenson
(PULVIS ET UMBRA fr. Across the Plains) ... more »

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You And I

Your smile lights up my world
like the sun lights up our earthly one
and my heart sings out in joy.
For I have found you, or you me.
As we meld together in time, I
can no longer remember which it be.

The freshness of a Spring morn
mirrors your entrance into a room.
Your eagerness in life;
the sparrows in a fountain at play.
As we meld together in time, I
can no longer remember being without you for a day.

Your soul I do covet,
your body I do worship.
My heart beats in time with yours
for we both abide by faithfulness.
As we meld ...

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