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Guest Post — Yosimar Reyes

Yosimar Reyes is a queer, undocumented, poet, performance artist and public speaker. I often share his amazing poems here which let his words travel the world. His gift as a poet speaks to each of our hearts. He is not … Continue reading

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Remembering Mary Oliver

“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” The Summer Day She asked us, asked us – in a world where so many demand things of us, proclaim a right or righteous … Continue reading

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Guest Post — Heather Kelly

Three poems by Heather Kelly, who lives in Peacehaven Village in Invercargill, New Zealand, touch me profoundly. Neighborhood Gardens I visit with God in the streets as I walk: The God whose glory is reflected in roses in rain whose … Continue reading

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Against the Dark — Poems of Resistance, Reconciliation and Hope– guest post

I was so honored to be at Vaughan Park Conference Center for the launch of: AGAINST THE DARK    poems of resistance, reconciliation and hope by Joy MacCormick and Hayley MacCormick Other people have said these things: Reading poems from … Continue reading

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Reflection on James 1: 23-24

For if any are hearers of the word and not doers, they are like those who look at themselves in a mirror; for they look at themselves and, on going away, immediately forget what they were like. I’m at the … Continue reading

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Guest post — Todd Jenkins, Savoring

I love to share the poetry of Todd Jenkins … whose blog can be found here. I don’t think I dare write any more! Savoring Sometimes I think punctuation should be electrically charged, to shock us into slowing down, when … Continue reading

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Juan Felipe Herrera visits

Before he visits, I read Juan Felipe with thirty-five new friends, themselves born in twenty-three countries, and his words find my heart. “Look up and see the stars,” he writes, and I have done that especially when my life was … Continue reading

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