To our enemy, the children of Arius,

To those who we feared most.

 

Like a storm, apon us, you came.

 

Unexpected, you conquered the world.

 

Against us, Rome, you set your dear sites.

 

Against the east, your attack, you now sprung.

 

Yet in your strongest, stronger than most,

 

Like the twilight storm you are,

 

None saw your ending so young!

 

You dissappeared, along with waste.

 

And your purposeful evil, we turned to good.

 

Yes, dear Arius, your children live on.

 

They come in all who apose the truth,

 

Yet, Arius, one thing you forgot.

 

It is reason that let's us see the world.

 

But when our rule, our glasses disagree.

 

It is reality, not the rule that stands true.

 

 

Marc Aupiais

 

 

 

See also-

To the Eternal church

Speak of Love

Always Know 

poetry 

Elegy to history

Elegy to Arianism

Elegy to St. Peter

Death Conquered

Poems to Truth

To the Eternal church

Speak of Love

Always Know