The Rope Course

T-o fall into the wind of Lynn
H-eld by the hands of Stan
E-nveloped by the face of grace
R-eminded by shoulders to wake
O-riginal twine and divine
P-eering over the hill
E-lated by the tree stumps
C-ourted by the will
O-ver the land of the martyr
U-gly from our deceit
R-elying on more than holy water
S-afe in the stream of
E-veryone’s retreat