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Some believe that to be saved you must ascend. I know differently. There is redemption in falling. There is salvation in letting go. Complicated dogma is guide to faith, but where the simple resides so lives deliverance. Falling is simple. You just let go.


Background Information

"In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God" (John 1:1).

I agree with the Christian bible that the Word is God. To me this means that whenever we write we are the creator, we are God. (A Buddhist thought, I know).

If there is one writer that personifies God, I name him Rainer Maria Rilke. Rainer's poetry influences and inspires me to write and to write as well as Rainer is my idea of the divine.

The Angels by RM Rilke

The Lonely by RM Rilke

Six additional poems by RM Rilke

Accomplishments

US Runner Up of the Fourth International Poetry Competition for "To the Victor"



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Favorite Writing


For as I lose myself inside my gaze:
I could think that I am deadly.
-Rainer Maria Rilke


my gray hand on her gray grayness - RM Rilke from "The Song of the Blind"


I do not cry: but I have cried for them. I do not pray: but I have prayed. - Sean Stewart from "Passion Play"


I have ridden in your cart, driver,
waved my nude arms at villages going by,
learning the last bright routes, survivor
where your flames still bite my thigh

- Anne Sexton from "Her Kind"


His steps slow, not light, his body pensive,
but in his standing-there, majestic. Even now a god might
slip into his form and not be lessened.

- RM Rilke from "The Spanish Trilogy"


"You can never love this girl enough," said Dolly Jean. "Every morning she gets up, eats breakfast and goes to Hell, I swear it."

- Anne Rice from "Blood Canticle"



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