by Timothy Cameron
I notice I write a lot of poems with the word
Why do I do that?
Am I obsessed with unconditional love?
Am I needing the crutch of trust called Beautiful Surrender?
Am I so vagrant in my own answers, that my questions seem rich in Higher Coincidences?
Maybe . . .
I’ll get tired about talking of God in poetry, because . . .
words never say anything, anyway, about
How can a non-genius be definitive about genius?
Is not genius comparative?
Is a genius a genius to oneself?
Can an idiot know genius or vice-versa?
EGO . . . Edging God Out.
Breaking the addiction to judgement
Cease eating from the tree of the knowledge of comparativeness
Good & Evil
Don't worry, be happy.
That's why I write about God.
But then . . .
so did Bob Marley.
by Timothy Cameron on January 1, 2011. © Timothy G Cameron, All rights reserved. Reprinted on TIR with permission from the poet.
About the Author
Timothy Cameron is into "Transmuting Tragedy and Sharing the Miracle of Forgiveness." A poet at heart, he enjoys sharing words.
He's an ex-convict released from prison 8/17/1990 and actively participates with several Twelve-Step groups. He's been a MADD speaker since Jan. '91.
Timothy has presented to recovery communities, treatment centers, law enforcement agencies, schools, businesses, and faith-based organizations. He's also helped create videos for Hazelden Foundation, the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, and MADD Minnesota. He has interviewed on several Minnesota radio stations, and hosts a recorded radio show on WEQY radio 104.7, titled, “The Incomplete Skeptic”.
"Stop telling God how big your mountains are, and start telling your mountains how big God is."