Today, a poem by Hayley L. Dalgleish, sister of Father Lucas, which was accepted for publication in the annual arts booklet of Palm Beach Atlantic College:
In that moment, that ministered to all other moments meaning,
All prayers and prophecies took particularity.
Time broke as a babe breathed, and then time too kept breathing,
And the Consolation cried, covered in red charity.
Fingertips with fingerprints, a scandal with a frame,
Words in gibberish to words with life, words that cut black from white,
Then hanging on a tree everything becoming then became,
While clothed in red charity, the final black to make all white.
All of this a mission to make lovers of men.
All men, that is, not only the proper and prim.
Oh help us to harbor the beauty of red, amen.
That we may love Particularity, that we may love Him.