Sunday, June 09, 2013

Inspirated by B. W. Yeats with a Nod to C. S. Lewis


Turning and turning in a widening gyre
The falcon hears the falconer;
Things fall into place, the centre holds;
Mere Christianity is loosed upon the world,
The blood of the lamb is offered;
The ceremony of innocence bathes all;
The best are full of passionate intensity;
The worst lack all conviction.

Revelations are at hand.


Inspiration from Yeat's The Second Coming




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10 comments:

Redondowriter said...

Ah, lovely words, lovely Mary, lovely music. Thanks for a piece of peace this morning.

judie said...

Awesome words flowing from Mr. Yeats pen. I wish I could write like that.

Annie said...

Me too, judie. alas, inspiration only.

Ginny said...

Yes, so much of this DOES look familiar, but I can understand this!!

gma said...

with my reverence

Nonnie said...

well, Annie, I learned a new word 'gyre' from your wonderful verse from Yeats. stunning image of Mary!

rebecca said...

today i am wrapped in the comfort and kindness of you. thank you for holding my family member close in prayer as he makes his last journey.

Priti.Lisa said...

The Queen of Peace!
How perfect,
and just what the world needs
so desperately...
She is here,
for those who have eyes to see her.
♥♥

Angelikas Photographic Sketchbook said...

Lovely. Glad I stopped by.

Meri said...

Beautiful, Annie! Or is that Beautiful Annie? Both, I think.