Call for Submissions | Parousia Poetry Anthology | PAROUSIA Magazine

Parousia Poetry Anthology Parousia is a Christian art and literary magazine, and a publishing platform that encourages Christian writings and art works. Parousia is looking for Christian themed poems for its Poetry Anthology. Submit 1-3 Christian themed poems Deadline is June 30th 2020 The anthology will be available in paperback and as an eBook, and…

A poem from Olaitan Victor Olanrewaju | PAROUSIA Magazine

Heart Powerhouse of the body Eyes of the mind, Abode of the father, Connection to the spirit The source of life. I am the door that wisdom came knocking To guard with all needed diligence; Against anger, malice and deceit, Against lust, hatred and greed. I am the weakest member But by me you gain…

Four Poems from Rick Davis | PAROUSIA Magazine

THEY* They have banished God, Deciding that God is too Holy To be part of this world They have decided That God does not Belong with the Ordinary. They have driven God out of the garden – God’s home And secluded God to prayer And meditation – To sanctuaries And the home Of monks. They…

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2019 | PAROUSIA Magazine

Hello! Happy New Year to you from Parousia Magazine. Our prayer for this year is that your strength will be renewed and you will soar high like an eagle, achieving all your heart desires and prosperous in all your doings. Thank you for staying with us thus far – you are the spirit that keeps…

Two Poems from Benjamin Elemide | PAROUSIA Magazine

BETRAYAL We were in the garden of doom eleven of us with him. He said we should watch an hour, an hour that took eternity to elapse. Praying within boundary of wills, he poured libation of sweat and blood to purchase a steering wheel for the soul. Weakness begged for alternative, he wasn’t thirsty for…

The News So Good by Ashish Kumar pathak

The News So Good Suffering a natural order so is struggle for survival at all levels there’s growth and there’s decay there’s emergence of new life and there’s return of what’s biodegradable but transformations when they occur goes often unnoticed and thankfully without complain just because death and destruction is never avenged rather can’t be…