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Poetry Mondays: Rebekah

Since yesterday was Advent Sunday, today I’d like to share a sonnet I wrote during Advent last year.  Every Advent, we use a Jesse tree to remember the characters and stories that make up the bigger story of God’s saving plan for his world.   188 more words

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Poetry Mondays: Half Term

This week is half term, and today we happen to be in a place with a dodgy internet connection, so for Poetry Monday I leave you with these few silly lines that I woke up with a few days ago. 67 more words

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Poetry Monday

October 17, 2016

Imagine the Room Adjacent

Moonlight dances across the sill.
Creeps through the blinds.
Touches nothing but empty space, save the anxious woman in the room. 72 more words

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Poetry Monday: Lorna Crozier

If you are a Canadian reader of poetry chances are good that you know and admire Lorna Crozier. If you are everybody else in the world, you’ve probably never heard of her. 342 more words

Book Reviews

Poetry Monday: Gerard Manley Hopkins

Despite the fact that I regularly share about what I read here, something you might not know about me is that I also read a fair bit of poetry. 370 more words

Book Reviews

Silence

Is hope to be found;
in things I buy underground.
From plants and pills;
my world spills;
into the next.
Until nothing beats
inside my chest.

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Poetry Monday #23

My Eyes

You’re my eyes when I can’t see;
the destructive life I tend to lead.
Drugs or drink.
Sex, love, or how I think. 17 more words

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