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Pegs and holes

So was thinking today about pegs, and holes. The old saying of fitting a square peg, into a round hole popped into my head. Thinking on this I’ve come to the realization that it is the rare few who find the whole that exactly fits their shape. 279 more words

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Poem For The Sunday Lectionary (Advent 4, Yr B)

(Luke 1: 26-38)

Behold the moment that is not of time’s evolving,
nor of history’s wandering choice of destinations,
placing as it had into memory’s darkened pockets… 245 more words

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New Poem: "... everything."

… everything.

By J. K. McDowell

December 2014

What is there to tell? Seeing through the veils to the

Other world – indescribable, best forgotten. 125 more words

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Poet About Town - 1

Flashing and honking my way, driving through the city in stress, more a

commando in wartown mess; Resilient city rising from shanty town tents.

At the fork, an ancient tree has shed all leaves and is now bark and moan. 53 more words

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Harvest of faith

I come floating to you Mother, dead on the river, body bullet ridden: this is how God reaps His harvest of faith.

See, those columns that support the sky now, carried once the roof of our temple.  70 more words

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Just venting here, move along

Not quite good enough. This seems to be a theme for me.

Those of you who know me, know that I can be quite gregarious and out going. 287 more words

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Inspiration: …at the still point, there the dance begins – T.S. Eliot

Spinning, ever spinning
The world it turns around
Spinning, ever spinning
Moment by moment… 54 more words

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