Category: Literature and Poetry

Leo Rugiens

This was written in imitation of the poem, “The Hound of Hell,” by Father Leonard Feeney. Its name and theme are derived from I Peter 5:8, which is sung every night in the office of Compline.   WATCH for the roaring … Continue reading

Autumn Reveries

Mellow-faced, with eyes of faery, wistful clad in tinted leaves, See the brown October tarry by the golden rows of sheaves; Oak & acorn in his garland, fruit & wineskin in his hands, Mystic pilgrim from a far land down … Continue reading