Fish&Chips

The Poetry Collection

Over the years, as I struggled with addictions, depression, and other mental health issues I turned to poetry as a form of therapy.  I was able to express my suppressed emotions through poems.  Releasing these emotions was extremely cathartic for me.  Some of them are darker than other, but like the Psalms the poems point towards hope in the end.  Maybe I should call these my psalms.  I also wrote of God’s creation which has always had a special place in my heart.  I will be slowly adding more poems each month.  So, please make sure to check back here to see the latest poems.

Favorite Things

Favorite Things

Butterflies with colored wings.Children's voices as they sing.Rainbows arching in the sky,These are my favorite things.The Englyn Cyrch is a Welsh bardic form.  It is a quatrain stanza with seven syllables in each line.  Lines 1, 2, and 4 have the same end rhyme. ...

Hope

Hope

Hope is in the air, A whispered prayer. Riding the currents of love, Not meant to depart It lands in our hearts. A gift from our God above.   Symbi Poem:  It is a six line (sestet) with syllable counts of 5/5/7/5/5/7. There is a haiku, senryu, or katauta written in...

Forgiveness

Forgiveness

My heart sings You songs, of forgiven wrongsthat perfect love has erased. I stand in Your sight, covered by the Light.Your forgiveness, I embrace. Alouette: was created by Jan Turner, consists of two or more stanzas of 6 lines each, with the following set rules:Meter:...

Refiner’s Fire

Refiner’s fire, crackling bright. May Your reflection be seen in me tonight. Until next time blessings and healing

Beauty Displayed

Storm clouds gather, darklightening shoots its sparkof spider veined arcs,fury portrayed. Colors cast rainbows,after storm winds blow,while tattered skies glowbeauty displayed   Cyhydedd hir: is an octave stanza comprised of two quatrains.  The syllable counts are...

Seasons Pirouette

Seasons pirouette, Dressed in ballroom finery.They curtsy, they bow, Plié, piqué, grand jete. Nature's annual ballet. Tanka: unrhymed Japanese poem consisting of five lines of 5/7/5/7/7 (5 kana in the first line, 7 kana in the second line, 5 kana in the third line, 7...

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