Young Girl Praying, a poem by Robert A Sieczkiewicz

 

Hansen Carl Sundt-Hansen – Young Girl Praying (1883)Young Girl Praying Carl Sundt-Hansen (1883)

Young Girl Praying, Robert A Sieczkiewicz

Closing these eyes so I may better see,
Absolute beauty of Your holiness,
Or other distractions to capture me,
And last to show to You my humbleness.

I ask in my heart You will always be,
My abundant love of You be endless.
A love which I give to You so freely,
Of Your love never to become callous.

When I fall, to You my sins will confess,
Of these falls I shall be truly sorry.
It is You I’ve hurt in my thoughtlessness,
By falling into the Devil’s quarry.

O Father I ask that You be my guide,
Know it’s easier with You at my side.

 

Feelings, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

Rippi-Ronai Jozsef-Pensive Woman with Flowers in Vase (c. 1896Jozsef Rippi-Ronai, Pensive Woman with Vase of Flowers (1896)

Feelings, Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

Take my dare and climb inside, read my mind.
Be forewarned there will be no lexicon,
No claim will be made that you are purblind,
Yet there is no ready catholicon.

Feelings cannot be tucked away from view,
No image be drawn of happy or sad,
Words or images are not in a queue,
Therefore no need for a pencil and pad.

Close your eyes tightly and attempt to see,
A feeling inside that currently be.
Is dark as darkest night you will agree,
Until you conjure up a memory.

And what feeling when the image be me?
My fondest hope is I make you happy!