To The Trinity

Today’s reading was from Luke 10.21-24. The first line, on the back of many weeks work on the Trinity, just struck a chord:

At the same hour Jesus rejoiced in the Holy Spirit and said, “I thank you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth . . . “


See the three,

in one entwining dance,

Each motion, step and stop;

each fleeting glance

captures the flush,

the confession of love,

disclosed by a subtle blush.


They embrace in a sudden still,

they fall, one,

bound in their even-song.

Held, they halt, breathe,

then move, not by chance.


Three divine movements


their single performance. 

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