Poetry

Watch This Space

“Foolishness” mumbled the soldier Casting lots for the rabbi’s garment “An utter waste of a good man’s life”   “Serves him right” spat the Pharisee Nodding to himself self righteously Stroking his beard with smug delight   “It cannot be!”… Read More ›

Silent Encounter

What can I say about that infamous night? How weary we were As we followed Him to the garden He prayed, we slept, He woke us, again we slept While we dreamed, He wept Then came torches, voices, soldiers, Armour… Read More ›

When Jesus Wept

When Jesus wept at Bethany What sorrow did His heart conceive? Was it unbelief in all its masks That caused His overflowing grief? That human eyes that day conveyed While human tongues unknown betrayed?   When Jesus wept at Bethany Did He weep… Read More ›

Unwashed Feet

      “Come right on in” said the usher at the door You’re so welcome today, please find a seat” Failing to notice as the crowd pressed in The stranger she welcomed had unwashed feet   The stranger sat… Read More ›