Wednesday, December 23, 2009

A Profound Worship: Thomas Tallis (c. 1505-1585)


Listening to Tallis
I am no longer confined by four walls.
The room somehow grows eternally large.
It is big.
It is mysterious.
Words cannot describe.
I am lost, yet I feel close to home.
And when there is pause,
I feel the silence.
It is a heavy silence.
It is a silence that makes me realize that I was somewhere else.
But, now I am here.
And, I long....
I want to go back to that place.
That place, profound.
That place, divine.

4 comments:

  1. A portentious genesis, it is, my dear brother.

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  2. Helpless before beauty.
    Undone by truth.

    Refined by reality.
    Repulsed by banality.

    Fascinated by facticity.
    Bored with inanity.

    Defined by divinity.
    Redefined by humanity.

    Edited by eternity.

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  3. Beautiful and profound poetry Doug.

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