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Roses and Homilies

after Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz

January is on the wane
leaving behind early dark and champagne hopes
for the genus Rosa. Wild or tame, they’re lovely. 552 more words


Friday Poem - Universal Prayer

This is a poem by Alexander Pope (1688-1744) – an English poet best known for his satirical verse and translation of Homer.

Universal Prayer

Father of all! 313 more words


Narrow Road to the Interior - Matsuo Basho

Basho is a favorite poet of mine and, apparently, of Sam Hamill, too. Nearly 325 years ago, Basho yielded to his wanderlust and left his home by the plaintain tree to walk across Japan’s interior. 286 more words

Spirit & Religion

"To Keep a True Lent"

Dear Readers,

Following the Ancient Church Calendar,  we are entering the final days of The Lenten Season.  Palm Sunday, two days away, is the beginning of… 221 more words

St. Peter's Anglican Church Tallahassee