If you’re not making mistakes, you’re likely not making much of anything. So get out there and try something new!— Gregg Hake
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Momentary Life, a poem by Gregg Hake Momentary life, Inquietudes at every gate﹣ Implore, entice, like sirens Whose seductive charm Gives no quarter. Must we load ourselves with more?
Heavenly thoughts drizzle steadily, impartially, cascading through stony hearts, puddling in fleshy ones. Droplets of light, Seeds of perfection− Yearn to fall upon Understanding hearts.
Nature hath Her seasons, The earth her course is sure. Mankind hath his reasons, His motives aren’t obscure. He calls upon his power (With free-will he’s bedecked)﹣ To ply her ample dower, God’s Will he doth prosect. Cast out from … Continue reading
A Divine Image by Gregg Hake (An adaptation of William Blake’s poem of the same name) Charity has a Human Heart, And kindliness a Human Face. Beauty the Human Form Divine And radiance, the Human Dress. The Human Dress, is … Continue reading
Moments Soon to Come, by Gregg Hake Squinting at the darkness, I strain to feel the forms Yet shapeless, indefinite- Wafting like the morning brume, Swept up by the sun. My hearts hearkens As heaven whispers- Of moments soon to … Continue reading
Fallen leaves tumble- Blown along end over end, Drifting like mankind.