BIshop Heather Cook, 2014 – January 13


it’s not my fault

it’s not my fault

the bishop asserts

it’s not his fault


but whose is it then.


not mine say those

who elected

not mine say the

agendas that


not mine

say the bottlers

who gave out

the bottles

not mine say

the hosts who

knew she was



not mine say we

all, when the day

comes undone.


but who then, says


the crucified



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1 Response to BIshop Heather Cook, 2014 – January 13

  1. scrappytommy says:

    It’s called enabling. Those who do it are enablers. There’s a price for this. Paid not only by the enablers but those who are enabled – and those enabled who interact with the world.

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