Category Archives: Poetry

“Rock It” a poem by Rev. Jane Siebert

This poem recently appeared in the messenger. “Rock It”by Rev. Jane SiebertRocks relate to natural truths.Rocks have a lot to tell us aboutourselves and about others.Some have holes in them wherethey lost a part of themselveswhen life hit hardbut they … Continue reading

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#AshWednesday Reflections @annawoof

“Maybe it is no mistake that Christians press ash, and dust, and dirt, into our foreheads as we enter into Lent. We long for this symbol of death, and mortality, endings and crumblings… because we know that within it, there … Continue reading

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#HappyFriday: You Are #Loved #SummerLovin’

Quilt by Chawne Kimber, slow poetry 1: the one with apprehension, 2018

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#PoetryThursday “As Dust is Blown”

AS DUST IS BLOWN   The structures and orders of men Winnow before the fiat of Nature: Springtime urges itself upon the building In which I stay, built by some past creature.   And now this building, upon which Spring … Continue reading

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#FridayFeeling “On Children” @CinciMUSEchoir On Children  Kahlil Gibran Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself. They come through you but not from you, And though they are with you yet they belong not … Continue reading

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Almont Haiku

The mist rests gently Upon the camp of Almont Love is in its air -Mary Ann Fischer

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Poetry in Honor of Friends

“Fairy Tales” by Chester Swor It seems wherever I go People come into my life or go out of it Touching me where I feel Then leaving me only a memory Like the Gossamer fairy tales of children – Easily … Continue reading

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#FridayFun Garden Variety Poetry

A Community Garden limerick: There once was a woman who gardened, Her plants grew in soil that hardened, She vowed to bring unity; Form a community, And make good soil you can grow chard in! (C) Maggie Panyko 2018 Saturday, … Continue reading

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#Tunesday “A Psalm of Life” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

…from the poem, A Psalm of Life by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Not enjoyment, and not sorrow,    Is our destined end or way; But to act, that each to-morrow    Find us farther than to-day.

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