Category Archives: Poetry

Touched By An Angel

We, unaccustomed to courage exiles from delight live coiled in shells of loneliness until love leaves its high holy temple and comes into our sight to liberate us into life. Love arrives and in its train come ecstasies old memories … Continue reading

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Beloved Is Where We Begin

If you would enter into the wilderness, do not begin without a blessing. Do not leave without hearing who you are: Beloved, named by the One who has traveled this path before you. Do not go without letting it echo … Continue reading

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Blessing The Dust

All those days you felt like dust, like dirt, as if all you had to do was turn your face toward the wind and be scattered to the four corners or swept away by the smallest breath as insubstantial— did … Continue reading

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God Is Here God Is Here God Is Here

God has been so close to me, so present these last weeks. If you’ve read my last posts, you’ll have seen that I’m having a really hard time with my family. And God is here, so close, so near to … Continue reading

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In God Alone My Soul Can Find Rest and Peace

Hear my cry, O God, * and listen to my prayer. I call upon you from the ends of the earth with heaviness in my heart; * set me upon the rock that is higher than I. For you have … Continue reading

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With Yourself/ First

Rupi Kaur

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O Tell Me The Truth About Love

Some say love’s a little boy,  And some say it’s a bird,  Some say it makes the world go round, Some say that’s absurd,  And when I asked the man next door,  Who looked as if he knew,  His wife … Continue reading

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