Posts Tagged ‘poetry’

Reynold – a poem by Waldy Ens

hand cradles Bible billowing words updrafting multi-coloured parachute of love lifts us up into his world of convicted care book held firmly spine traversing life-line and he paces our reality wordsour level wordsour fraying carpet long strides journeying and arm reaching to elusive uneasy truth still cradling close to the heart the word not as…

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10 Things We Learned as Bethel’s AIRs by Sarah and Amelia

The people at Bethel are ridiculously kind, open, and generous—so much so that when you serve them lukewarm tea all evening at a writing workshop because you can’t figure out how the hot water machine works, they will drink it without complaint and you won’t even realize the water isn’t hot until you pour yourself…

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