Poetry

Morning

spring morning begins with the conspicuous perfume of flowers in the air, a few stars still yawning, the light covers used last night thrown aside, a warming sun gently rising in each heart, dingy faced bums living on the streets showing wide smiles, mothers imagining fairy tales to the sound of the wind in trees, […]

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Book review by Steve Heinrichs

Kevin J. O’Brien, “The Violence of Climate Change: Lessons of Resistance from Nonviolent Activists”

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Another

A poem by h. j. Recinos in response to the school shooting in Florida on Ash Wednesday after another school shooting horror again swells sorrowing hearts faster than any can say the Lord’s name, more innocent blood ran the halls in Florida on Ash Wednesday to make the nation fall into unearthed darkness, the speechless […]

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The Season | Miracle ©

For the Advent season, two poems from h.j. Recinos. The Season I often wonder about how many tears are shed when trying to make sense of the expensive politics planting crosses on the side of the road to keep company some day with the towered wall planned with deaf selling walks. little is ever said […]

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Sutherland

this year death has torn open our hearts from public squares, to schools, movie houses, parks, malls, and the sacred halls of church. in the circles made for prayer, no one even imagined more than twenty-four thousand innocents dropped by the barrel of guns into the earth’s dark void. when the glad times are recounted, […]

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Poetry by Melissa Weaver

Like Fine Red Veins

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Poetry by Hillary Kobernick

A Salt of the Earth Man

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Poetry by Hillary Kobernick

The Furloughed Missionaries in Children’s Church

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Poetry by Melissa Weaver

Saudade

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Poetry by Melissa Weaver

Daughters of Jerusalem

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