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Poems from the Current Issue

Earthquake

By Luke Johnson

The Girl and the Fruit

By Adélia Prado

Daughter of the Ancient Law

By Adélia Prado

The Scar

By Adélia Prado

Merton Recites a Mantra

By Ewa Elzbieta Nowakowska

[I strive to live as if...]

By Tadeusz Dabrowski

Merton Listens to the Requiem

By Ewa Elzbieta Nowakowska

Jam Jars

By Tadeusz Dabrowski

Romanian Orthodox Choir

By Ewa Elzbieta Nowakowska

Resurrection at Cookham

By Greg Miller

To My Son Yacine

By Abdellatif Laâbi

Twenty-Five Years of Fresh Air

By George David Clark

Lazarus

By Ricardo Pau-Llosa

Tentatively, Religion

By Christian Detisch

The Trick

By Mark Wagenaar

Needle

By Ricardo Pau-Llosa

Jacob's Ladder

By Javier Acosta

Texas Blues

By Mark Wagenaar

Elijah in the Desert

By Christian Detisch

Poems from the Archive

Forgiveness


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A Bridge to Job


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Impractical Part


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Return to the Beginning


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Ararat Express


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I Am Poured Out Like Water


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I Loved You Before I Was Born


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Mary


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A Christmas Story


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Icon of an Unknown Saint


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Night and Chaos


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Waiting with Cynthia


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Verbum: A Rhapsody


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Sometimes I Am Permitted


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Quantum Physicists in a Night Garden


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Every Day I Touch Things


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How Long the Long Winter


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Rumspringa


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When God Dreamed Eve through Adam


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When I Meet You


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You Couldn’t Believe as I Did


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My Mother’s Visit


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To Begin With


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Easter Pantoum


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Daybreak, Winter


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Just Time


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Salt Wife


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Quantum Theory


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The Sea Here, Teaching Me


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Homage to a Philosopher of History as a Small Child


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The Offices


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Orange and Spices


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And If Jesus Asked You to Breakfast?


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Still Life with Lily


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At the Amphitheatrum Flavium


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Tuesday: Rhubarb, Lattice Crust


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Faith


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Tabernacle


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Shortnin’ Bread


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Conjoined


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The Manifestation


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Into the Chambres of Dora Maar


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Now I Lay Me Down


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New Year, Good Work


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Articulation


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The Ritz


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World


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The Shadow-Cross


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Discipleship Training in Kailua Kona


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Enormous Holdings


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John Wesley, After Field Preaching


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As Saint Mark Says They Mustn’t


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School


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When the Lord Returns in His Creaturely Perfection


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Caldey


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Dead and Alive


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Emerson Mourns the Death of His Son


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Self-Portrait with Preacher, Pain, and Snow


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Adjusting to Darkness


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Our Royalty


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