Triquetra (symbol of the Trinity) in pastel colours against a dark background. Text: Three haikus on the Trinity. Faith in Grey Places

Three haikus on the Trinity (a poem)

It’s said that it’s hard to pack anything of substance into such a short poetry form. (Haikus are a Japanese type of poem with three lines. The first has five syllables, the second seven, and the third five.) To be sure, it’s not easy, but it can be done. 

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Triquetra (symbol of the Trinity) in pastel colours against a dark background. Text: A palindrome poem on the Trinity. Faith in Grey Places.

A palindrome poem on the Trinity (a poem) (part inspired by Ephesians 1:7-10)

Also called “reverse” poems, palindrome poems are ones where the lines are read forwards and then again backwards.

And this poem on the Trinity is absolutely one of my favourites.

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