Life is good if you want it to be good. You can be happy if you want to be happy. You can be miserable if you want to be miserable. It doesn't depend on other people. You choose how you want to be. So carry on my friend.
My book of poems is now available through Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B083TNTHDQ/ The Wandering Pippo: Poetry from Hell and Back This book of poems is a deeply personal creation developed from life experience. The author uses poems to express his anxiety and confusion at the world around him and goes through a process of becoming strong and… Continue reading Out Now: Poetry Book
“Arrogance is the mother of all sins, and self-righteousness is the father.” - The Bush Spy by Phillip Barea Get your copy of the book here: https://www.amazon.com/Bush-Spy-Phillip-Barea/dp/107952942X/
I am lost Looking to find At any cost My own mind Myself hidden Suffocating opinions Forcibly given Righteous minions Freedom a sin Thought an offense Faith’s veil thin My only defense Still I drown In good intentions Hellward bound Forced descension Hit the brake Stop the fall Lion awake Out… Continue reading Cubiculum
Beauty fools admire Arrogance does impress Hair burnt by fire Face cracked with stress Better than reality Roles well played Masking insanity Life these days Primarily unnecessary Useless bell and whistle Modesty become heresy Currency the epistle Every one a prostitute Soul sold for grain Vacuous and destitute No devils to blame… Continue reading Hope Breaks Dawn
All sins originate in our tendency for arrogance. Beginning with our expulsion from the Garden of Eden we have continuously traveled down the path of allowing arrogance to cloud our judgment and open the door to our propensity for sin. It is the belief, or rather an assumption, in our individual greatness that causes us… Continue reading Arrogance: The Mother of Sin
For us you die Do we give thanks? With love you rise Do we give thanks? Glorious sacrifice Do we pray? Surrendered life Do we pray? In body you preach Do we listen? With blood you teach Do we listen? Low we receive Do we understand? High we believe Do we understand?… Continue reading An Offering for Pascha