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Bride of Kildare

Radiant Fire

Oh, my beloved, from my hands words flow,
radiant fire, Bride’s ignited glow.

In your blessing through fire’s light,
I am a poet in Brigid’s night.

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I have news for you

I have news for you

A keen wind yaws branches,
a reel stepped under icy breath
Buds burgeon on slender fingers
in ready for spring’s nativity…

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Soul Friend, Old Friend, Fur-Friend

The ancient Celts kept in touch with their Creator by touching creation. All of nature breathed in and breathed out –the very breath of God  — and all the world was soaked in the Spirit. 1,308 more words

Spirituality And Mental Health

Holy Listening...

Last Saturday, I participated in a retreat with the Presbytery of Florida’s Leadership Team. In that retreat, we focused in our worship, Bible study, and meeting on where our Presbytery has been in the past year and where we believe God is calling us to go in 2015. 851 more words

The support of friends

The support of friends has been very instrumental in helping P. and myself in the past two years.

Almost two years ago, new volunteers came to my animal rescue and became very good friends. 1,130 more words

Charmed

You never know when a moment of serendipity will emerge; I suppose that is the point of these random acts of cosmic curiosity. Today, as we were driving home after my daughter’s guitar lesson through a crowded part of the city, she blurted out, “Look! 540 more words

Work And Life

Fusion, A New Year Hymn

The 7th Day of Christmas

Leave behind all that served,
a heart burst with love
used up, as it should be,
open and ready to be…

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Poetry