Giving Up The Ghost

From the Trinity, droll doubts do seep
Its Holy Spirit swirls in one's sleep
Some say The Dove is lovely to keep
Through ghostly scripture that long lays deep
We wait eons, not even a peep







Notes: 36 Words 5 Lines Heretical Light Verse
in monorhyme (Re the Trinity and the Council
of Nicaea in 325 - Michael Servetus, sometimes
described as an early and founding Unitarian
burned to death in 1553 for heresy about the
Trinity) on the momentus subject of the Holy
Spirit (Ghost) and the lack of its powerful spoken
doctrine through the ages.

Copyright © Greg Gaul | Year Posted 2021

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