Midifo Yearns

Rookie (16 January 1949 / Pretoria)

Midifo Yearns Poems

41. Dust To Dust, Ash To Ashes 8/18/2009
42. 2 Am 8/18/2009
43. Breaking Through... 8/18/2009
44. Questions In The Storm 8/18/2009
45. Claim The Sky 8/18/2009
46. We Block The Way 8/18/2009
47. Life Is Gift 8/18/2009
48. Sonnet At Life’s End 9/1/2009
49. Open Door 9/11/2009
50. Hope Reborn 9/11/2009
51. On Tower Hill 9/16/2009
52. Don’t Cry 9/16/2009
53. God’s Broken Heart 9/16/2009
54. Take Hold 9/16/2009
55. Muted War Cry 9/16/2009
56. Wild Dreams 11/19/2009
57. He’s Gone 11/19/2009
58. Sacred Pain 11/19/2009
59. Wilted Rose 11/19/2009
60. Great Cause Lost 11/19/2009
61. Delivery Protest 11/19/2009
62. Places, Spaces, Traces 11/19/2009
63. What Do You See? 11/19/2009
64. Gethsemane 11/19/2009
65. Augustine Of Hippo: A Tribute 11/19/2009
66. Look Into The Crib 11/19/2009
67. Embrace 12/5/2009
68. All Is Well 12/5/2009
69. God So Fair 12/5/2009
70. Emmanuel 12/5/2009
71. Constant Yearning 12/5/2009
72. Know Not How 12/5/2009
73. Freedom 12/5/2009
74. On Cobbled Street 12/5/2009
75. Midnight Dream 12/5/2009
76. Could Mother Earth Ere Bring A Scene More True 12/5/2009
77. Hodegetria (One Who Points The Way) 12/9/2009
78. Bernini’s Teresa Of Avila 12/9/2009
79. At St Francis’ Tomb 12/9/2009
80. Breakthrough 12/9/2009

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Best Poem of Midifo Yearns

Abraham And Isaac Sonnet

What a journey, what a chore. What a pain and open sore
Heavy steps and silent weight; heavy heart in labored rate
Pictures flashing through the mind break the seal to open door
To insight of a parent’s wait, the challenge on each parent’s plate
Let go of child, beloved one, surrender precious only son
And in the process lead that child to be a man of courage mild
An adult who with race well run can sacrifice and bring the sum
Of all that he in heap has piled, dreams both calm and truly wild
To give beyond his selfish will and trust the love of parent still ...

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Mystery Of Desire

We lay once more together on our sacred bed
Holding hands and minds, wondering quietly
If we can stay with desire and hold it, as
Lovingly as we do, each other’s hands.

We’ve shared so much, and now we feel
Desire, burning, churning, gently kissing
Our inner fears, caressing sweetly our longing
For communion, to hold each other close

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