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"Exegesis" At 7 he was thrown to the wolves Bede marked his territory hidden secrets kept in the abbey he escaped went to war where the unwanted trod First regiment, Vietnam he took with him like a comfort blanket his Nicene creed and God and on returning from Hell which never really left him any peace, the burning extraction came the loss of the comfort long longed for and missed love and the Golden Fleece torn to bits, a wife and what little he knew of love stolen too soon, way before time he turned to poetry and the comfort of stories through fable and Rhyme he considered ditching it all somewhere inside there came another call - army transitioned khaki to blue Air flight lieutenant wings and all another climb rolling a rock like Sisyphus up the god-damned stairs where that thing called God called from its seat, "Have you considered theology becoming a Jesuit priest?" He sought it out commenced it then followed a retreat... Another discipline for himself and the three Evensong and Sundays without missing a beat, regularly like a flagellant whipping the loss of life the lack of sins ridiculously repenting for nothing he'd ever done wrong a very good man, with a mother who really didn't care and a father, totally unknown and long gone He kicked himself as a failure when in fact he was courageous and strong He was just caught in Life's sticky net Exegesis St James Anglo Catholic never Anglican he would heartily insist close to the pulpit Row 6, kneeling in prayer with his three confirmed innocents He considered the evening menu store bought from the local Fish 'n Chips for a treat, Coleridge, an Ancient Mariner stopping one of three and an Albatross will see the little heathens through - just for good measure, he'll teach them the Nicene too Exegesis the envelope pushed forward Eisegesis grey sky or blue they will make up their own minds on which god to hold space for he reasons what is false what is true (Ladylabyrinth / 2020) for my father much missed and much loved - the closest I've ever been to God llb - klb - mlb "Miserere mei" / Agnus Dei Volumes 1 & 2 / Edward Higginbottom "At first it seemed a little speck, And then it seemed a mist; It moved and moved, and took at last A certain shape, I wist" 1. Exegesis 2. Eisegesis 3. The Venerable Bede 4. Australian Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse within Religion 5. Vietnam War 6. First Australian Regiment into Vietnam 7. LUX VITAE/ Latin translation. 7.a. Nicene Creed 7.b. "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" / Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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