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The Grackles


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Homily


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Before Entering


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June


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Hymn


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Enormous Holdings


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The Clearing


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The Reflection


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New Year, Good Work


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Death Room, Fort Scott, 1949


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Learning the Crawl


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Advent


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She Waits


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Forgiveness IV


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A Request


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Kinds of Resistance


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The Death of Barabbas


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Raven


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Infantile Paralysis


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Bede’s Sparrow


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In the Beginning


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Venice: The Jewish Cemetery on the Lido


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Half Like Them


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The Raising of the Bells


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Paradise


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A Song on Geronimo’s Grave


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The Perfectly Transparent Splinter


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Stole


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Late Bloomer


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Caritas


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“Remember Me as One Who Woke Up”


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By Other Names


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Salt of Sodom


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The Fruit Thereof


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Ex Nihilo, Then Us


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Further Notes on the Martyrs


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image of dark glossy water with bright yellowy-green lily-pads floating on the top. some of them are partially submerged and you can see their murky shapes and light in the dark ash color of the water.

No Path


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Sardis


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Anti-poetics


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Midrash


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If I Decide to Pray Again It Won’t Be Words Strung in a Line


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About Angels: Cahors, France, 2007


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Harmonium


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When God Dreamed Eve through Adam


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Uncomfortable Things


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Plowboy’s Bible


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Disciple’s Song


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John Wesley, After Field Preaching


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Into the Chambres of Dora Maar


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The Lord Spoke to the Fish


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Goodbye


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Hesiod on Bushfire


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The Holy Fool Meets Himself on One of His Highways


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Faith


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Every Day I Touch Things


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Guide to Avian Architecture


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Evolution


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Meeting-House Fire


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The Invented Child


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Quantum Theory


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The Key


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The Sea Here, Teaching Me


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Minium


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Again to Port Soderick


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At Heaven’s Rim


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Island as the End of the World


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When God Dreamed Eve through Adam


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“Remember Me as One Who Woke Up”


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Molest the Dead


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March: Saint John the Divine


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The Cost of Lessons


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The Iberian Muse


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World


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About Angels: Cahors, France, 2007


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Stupid Praise


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This is Not About Looking Like a Success


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Tiny Fish


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Prayer with Rotohammer


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Argyle among the Moveen Lads


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image of a large pinkish wave or spray of water crashing over a dark green rock. the image is full of the water's spray, like a thick haze you can feel.

Hesiod on Bushfire


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a photo of a white stucco cathedral in a city of flat white stone houses. the image is overlaid with a faint haze of the same photo flipped upside down and placed on the top (reversed). There is a purple tint to the shadows, a bluish haze to the center of the image.

Lessons


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A Song on Geronimo’s Grave


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Between Prayer


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Monday: Peach


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Impractical Part


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Labyrinth, Chartres


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Question for My Father


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The Soul


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black and white image looking upwards at overlapping tree branches, all spun in a circle because of the lens, so seen in blurs and dots of spinning round light.

Orbit


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My Mother’s Visit


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Still Alive, with Crows


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Sometimes I Am Permitted


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Egypt’s Grief


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Of the Body Taken In


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Tobacco, Psalms, and Bloodletting


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On Lectio Divina, Counterclockwise


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The Death of Barabbas


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At the Amphitheatrum Flavium


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The Moss Method


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A Prayer for Home


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Absence Blooming


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The Good Samaritan Speaks


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Nostalghia


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How Do You Market Prayers?


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On Visiting Carthage


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Lascaux


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If I Decide to Pray Again It Won’t Be Words Strung in a Line


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The Preacher Addresses the Seminarians


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Folding a Five-Cornered Star So the Corners Meet


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Before All Things


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Ars Cantata


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Return to the Beginning


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Tongue Is the Pen


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Blood Blessing


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Sunday: Day of Rest


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Easter Pantoum


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Backyard Apotheosis


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Pont des Arts


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The Bar Mitzvah


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The Wolf of Gubbio


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