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Momentary Life

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?

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Understanding Hearts

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.

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God’s Will

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

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A Divine Image

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

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Moments Soon to Come

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

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Drifting, A Haiku by Gregg Hake

Fallen leaves tumble- Blown along end over end, Drifting like mankind.

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