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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

Cloudless


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Smokers, Sunday Morning, 1975


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Scale


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Credo


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Ars Proverbium


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close up of mustard seeds dangling on a dry branch, seeds in the leaves illuminated by the sun behind them.

Buried Treasure


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Articulation


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On Visiting Carthage


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Putting Out into the Deep from Gloucester


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Making Dinner I Think about Poverty—


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a cluster of snow bunting crocuses with buttery petals caught in streaks of sun on a dried grassy earth, their tips reaching upwards, their petals glowing and soft in the harsh sun.

Symphony in Yellow: A Young Girl Reading


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The Teachable Moment


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In the Candleroom at Saint Bartholomew’s on New Year’s Eve


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Daybreak, Winter


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landscape of stony crags and green grass, an area of yellow from the sun.

He Weeps among the Clare Antiquities


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image of a woman with her face towards the camera and the sun behind her back, illuminating a large tree. she is in shadows, the hint of light on the side of her face from the light of the sun. in front of her flies grass, swirling around her in the air.

Yes, a nameless quietness…


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Canticle of Want


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Half Like Them


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Three Roses


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And Yet another Page and Yet


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To Begin With


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hydrangea


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The Good Samaritan Speaks


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Psalm for the Lost


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Small Graces


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Topographies of Easter


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Liturgy of the Hours


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Prayer to the Holy Louse


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Every One Such as I


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Grace in Action or Murphy’s Law in Reverse


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This is Not About Looking Like a Success


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Image of two dark green chairs in shadows on opposite sides of a window that is casting golden light throw yellow shutters.

Twins


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Atheism’s Easier


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No Counting Sheep without Feeding Them, Too


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Love’s Last


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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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Sometimes I Am Permitted


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Christmas Morning in a Hotel Room


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The Sea Here, Teaching Me


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Imperative


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Radiant Energy


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Pears, Unstolen


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Meditation on the Evangelista


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Bone Anthem


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Orange and Spices


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A Prayer for Home


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Being the Song


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The Grackles


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In the House of God


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Deus ex Machina


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a fish leaping upstream from a patch of white glinting gold water running in thick rivulets down a crest.

Fish Ladder, Damariscotta


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Plowboy’s Bible


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Confirmation Man


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Learning the Crawl


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In Our First House of Marriage


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Habits of Invention


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Midrash


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Pray That the Creek Don’t Dry Up


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Cross of Nails


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On Lectio Divina, Counterclockwise


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