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Summer's End

Miracle season

blooming green and cormorant blue

isles of contentment

New Poems

Two poems in The Cincinnati Review

I’m over the moon to have two poems — “Onion” and “Book of Distances” — in the summer issue of The Cincinnati Review (12.1), along with an astounding group of writers. 22 more words


Poem For the Sunday Lectionary (Pentecost +10, Yr B)

(John 6: 24-35)

We looked for him on the east side,
looked for him after eating
the loaves and fishes, after
they collected the leftovers, 12 baskets-full – … 146 more words

Lectionary Readings

Cutting kites | The Hermit

Many were the kites I was flying:

cerol strings held them high

sometimes they cut others

and at others, mine

I said my home. I say home. 78 more words

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Eunuchs by choice | The Hermit

Dawn, is not when the sun rises on the world
it is when hope is unveiled in the heart
feet set forth on the earth in resolve… 116 more words

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Light in the cavern | The Hermit

This I learned, the wisdom of the cave:

Five the ways of saying this:

It was dark out there, it is dark in here.

many too, of making what it means, 49 more words

New Poems

Poem in Tahoma Literary Review: "The Elocutioner's Mask"

Many thanks to poetry editor Kelly Davio for including my poem “The Elocutioner’s Mask” in the new issue of Tahoma Literary Review, which you can read for free online or order a gorgeous print version. 90 more words