27 November 2014

Happy Thanksgiving!

I hope you have a great day.  We all have much for which to be thankful.  For your Thanksgiving day enjoyment, and to honor our holiday trek to see friends and loved ones, I present that crypto-Catholic poet of renown, Bob Dylan:

3 comments:

So Right said...

Dear Tim, I thank you from the bottom of my heart for these periodic Bob-drops.

I feel better about our world knowing that a traditional Catholic really gets Bob's innate Catholicism.

This song is about Grace.

Bob. What doesn't he know?

Long-Skirts said...

THE
THANKING
DAY

With prayer I start the Thanking Day,
At dawn I kneel, Te Deum, pray.
I dress for Mass then wake a son.
He'll serve the priest, a chosen one.

A hushed low Mass right after Matins,
Our Lord above all sons' gold patens.
He'll lay upon my wicked tongue,
I pray, forgive, amidst, among

Where in the pew with head bowed low
I give Him thanks 'till time to go -
Back to the world with sin so murky,
But now I've strength...

...to stuff that turkey!!

Happy Thanksgiving all!!!!!

RAZ said...

Glad you like it Thetimman.

I ran into OBL in the cafeteria the other day and he says "hi".

Keep it real.