Over the years people of the parish have generously contributed original poetry for us to include here. There is always room for more, of course, so if you write poetry and are willing to share it, please let us know - either face-to-face or via e-mail:
- Webmaster Deacon Mark
Endings and Beginnings
Time is running out
Sandy hourglass trickles steadily towards its end
Or a beginning?
Once filled with dreams and hopes,
expectation and surprise
Of what each grain of sand might bring.
Happy faces, smiling faces,
quiet times in peace and harmony.
Sad times of pain and struggle,
Of crossroads and crossed wires.
Colourful places fill to overflowing
with energy and living.
Drab times of darkness, longing, awaiting the dawn.
Time is running out.
Time for me to let go and let be.
Time to turn to the west
And watch a glorious sun set on the horizon of life.
All things change and tomorrow
- a new beginning, a new day,
A new dawning.
(Thoughts at the end of an era,
a millenium and a new beginning)