Beneath the fair Moon’s watch tonight,
Her mantle’s warmth enfolds my walks.
Still shivers from a chill not right,
Shrill malice from the shadow stalks.
Author: Rev. Gerard Lessard, OP
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The limit of our liberty To shape ourselves the way we choose Is much like weather’s destiny, Imposed with scarce a thing to lose.
Though old and gray, I am embraced By nature, like a vibrant vine. That’s why my background may be faced, Fermented like an aged wine.
. . . community is better than individuality,
reaping is more joyful than sowing,
spirits are more substantial than bodies,
eternity is more perfect than time.