Sunday soapbox

Sunday’s soapbox is yours to use as you will – within the bounds of decency and absence of defamation. You’re welcome to look back or forward, discuss issues of the moment, to pontificate, ponder or point us to something of interest, to educate, elucidate or entertain, to muse or amuse – and to support #gigatownoamaru .

The individual is the smallest minority. #Gandhi #truth


3 Responses to Sunday soapbox

  1. Andrei says:

    The peal floats above the ground ,
    And in the monastery brotherhood chorus sings .
    – Lord, have mercy !
    A monk – canonarch (1) put bows.
    And immediately the chime fell silent .
    – Lord, have mercy !
    – Lord, cried – the tenor cried ,
    Canonarch chorus echoed smoothly .
    – Lord, have mercy !
    Candles, image, mantle , crosses,
    Brethren, in sad voice sings six times
    – Lord, have mercy !
    Wanderers stand, praying people .
    Russia is still alive, still singing Rus :
    – Lord, have mercy !
    Scholars in the crosses , beards as snow,
    Downcast eyes , pray for everyone:
    – Lord, have mercy !
    With such music even in death !
    How much do you sing Holy Russia ?
    – Lord, have mercy !
    Your time has come , the young ringer
    Awaken this space, feasibly strike .
    – Lord, have mercy !
    Fraternal chorus paused again for the chime
    just audible to me from all sides :
    – Lord, have mercy !

    (1) Canonarch = head cantor

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