Stephen A. Codekas
Biography of Stephen A. Codekas
In my spare time (which seems to be rare) I enjoy reading, studying, thinking on theology and philosophy, and writing different flavours of writing (some 'academic' and others poetry, vis-a-vi this site) . I currently attend Holy Cross College at Notre Dame.
Stephen A. Codekas's Works:
Im working on the book part, I am currently writing a book (this being said a legion of times) .
Stephen A. Codekas Poems
Love Is Scary
Is Love, Love when terrified the Lover gets? The thought of commitment swirling And lacing like so much smoke?
And I look at the Hare Through the cold, dark Mirror. He gestures to me, And I want to be free
Cry Of The Confused Down And Broken.
Litany Of The Undeserving
Forgive me Lord, For I cannot forgive myself. Save me Lord, For I cannot save myself.
New, Young, Old, Dead, Love
What is it about Love? Young, Old, rekindled, All kinds of Love?
My Soul And I
Walking along the dark wood My soul and I, stood still
Song Of Friends
When a true friend appeares, A song will be sung
Friends can really help you out When you are all alone
God Is Love
Faith, Hope, and Love Will rain down from above,
How can I think in solitude When the silence stifles thought? How can I think in solitude When all I hear is
A Single Breath
A thousand years can come and go In a single flash of light. But time itself will slow, As I gaze upon your sight.
I am Dante; you, my Virgil. You lead me not to Perdition, But Paradise. A Muse for the Artist;
A blanket of snow Envelops my Heart. It awakens for the golden May Which only you can bring.
The Rose Of Love
And now her body is at rest, Eternal sleep her reward, Battle won against the Tempest, A brief respite from those adored.
A blanket of snow
Envelops my Heart.
It awakens for the golden May
Which only you can bring.
A thousand lifetimes spent in winter
Waiting for you, my Spring.