The Trees

I peered through my window and saw the old trees, Gnarled and twisted, our rank enemies. Do they remember Their ancestors’ role In undoing humans and buying their souls? They fed us in Eden with bounty and grins Only to tempt us and unbridle sin; When Master came walking We hid in their shade But […]

The Fall (a poem)

I watched a leaf float to the ground, It came to rest without a sound, Once ruby red now wretched brown, Life fades to death with fleeting breath – the fall. The sight recalled another tree, That shaded hatred’s subtlety, Where Adam cursed both you and me, Life fades to death with fleeting breath – the fall. […]