Baklava

Originally posted on Poetic Logik:
On a wet afternoon we entered barefoot the mosque of tourists and worshippers and photographed a beautiful boy of twelve who smiled and said he was dressed for circumcision. Outside we watched swooping pigeons and bargained for yoyos and postcards on earth that knew the tremor of horses of empires…

Here from Brokenness

This is a song that was birthed out of brokenness. The poetry is perhaps ordinary. But I hope you are able to capture its emotion. Perhaps I will share a recored version with you later. For now, I hope you enjoy going through this expression of vulnerable worship to the One who continues to rescue…

A Tibetan Story

Happy to share with you this poem that appears in my recently published book “Everest”. Hardback and e-book versions of the book are available at the publisher’s website http://www.speekeezee.com/shop/. The book is a collaboration between myself and Australian artist George Tetlow whose extraordinary sketches of the Himalayan region and peoples appear together with my poems.…

Everest

Originally posted on Poetic Logik:
Happy to let you know the publication of my second e-book Everest. It has my poems and extraordinary sketches by George Tetlow on the theme of Himalaya, the world’s longest and highest mountain ranges, life in these slopes, relationships, politics, religion and much more. Published by Speekeezee (Australia), E-pub or…

Everest

Happy to let you know the publication of my second e-book Everest. It has my poems and extraordinary sketches by George Tetlow on the theme of Himalaya, the world’s longest and highest mountain ranges, life in these slopes, relationships, politics, religion and much more. Published by Speekeezee (Australia), E-pub or PDF versions of the e-book…

Obsession – Delirious?

I never tire of listening to this song. It’s a combination of painful honesty, raw passion for God, mind-boggling struggle and yet hope. Written by strangers halfway across the world yet it is my song too. These are my words too. We do not know each other but we are brothers. Google the song and…

Suddenly

This song, written from a region deep in the soul, a place that suffered an intrusion that unexpectedly altered its spiritual landscape inside, forever, for good. _________________ Years and years of pain Was driving me insane Imprisoned in a cage Had wanted liberty From slavery But I’d thought it was my destiny Who would break…