(God’s Sonnet by Timothy J. Verret; “it’s how I cope to hope in no law in God’s Love [Greatest of These of The 9] today, this daily leavened [Jesus Rises!] bread.”
You’re the law when it comes to your anger.
You break it each time you judge someone’s flaw.
Don’t you know there’s no law in love’s clangor?
The louder the love, the louder no law.
I’m the law when I think I’m perfection.
This law never was passed by God, got taught.
If I love them lawless, I’m affection.
If I love imperfect, will I be sought?
“The Fruit of the Spirit, against, no law,”
says God. “There’s 9, but Love Greatest of These.”
Jesus commands us to Love our tragic flaw:
We think perfect is law when it’s a tease.
The only law is The 9 we accept.
No law in God’s Love, no guilt, no precept.