|Helmet from English Civil War|
Death, war, pain, suffering; these are all things of this world. We share in them.
For this Saturday between Death and Life, I chose a poem of Cousin Henry Vaughan who as a doctor in the loyal Royalist forces of the English Civil War knew death, dismemberment, and suffering. It is a 17th Century Anti-War Poem.
Yet he knew that Easter comes on the morrow.