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Poem For The Sunday Lectionary (Lent 1, Yr C)

(Luke 4: 1-13)

We, with our stomachs so full of stone
dug from the deserts of apathy and dread,
our souls shrinking down toward skin and bone, 130 more words

Lectionary Readings

Captains quest

This captain finds a harbor
Seeking shelter from the stormy sea
Yet when the storm is passed
And the moon and tide grow full
Once more sets sail… 12 more words

New Poems

New poem in Booth, & Pushcart Nomination from The Cincinnati Review

2016 has been good to me so far, that’s for sure. Two extremely exciting pieces of news to share today:

  1. I have a brand new prose poem…
  2. 110 more words


I’m obsessed with this inscription in my second hand copy of Back to Methuselah. So I’m writing a poem about it.

Above is the first draft of the first stanza.



Hum low-key

Baby breathe in hue.

Drum. Drum my heart.

Baby breathe in hue.

I am nothing short of a disaster..police tape for a belt… 89 more words


Last Sunday Of Epiphany – The Transfiguration (Yr C)

(Luke 9: 28-36)
“. . .but since they had stayed awake, they saw his glory”

Awaken us.

Awaken us in the fall of the snow, the drop of the rain, 268 more words

Lectionary Readings

New Poems Over Groceries - By Dan Leicht

I bought new poems
instead of groceries

the fridge bare
but the bookcase bulging

I bought new Hoagland
over bread and butter
for the price I could’ve gotten potatoes… 149 more words