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Poems in Image

Poems from the Current Issue

Instructions

Brood

Job’s wife brings coffee in the morning

Articles of Faith

Christ Is Risen

T. Elegans

Gilded

Litany for a Table of Immovable Feasts

After The Anastasis

After Prokhorova’s Saint Mark

Poems from the Archive

Just Time


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Full Thunder Moon


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Our Royalty


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Your Face Has Always Been Peppered with Moles


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The Manifestation


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In Cutaway


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The Taste of Eden


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Atheism’s Easier


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The Wolf of Gubbio


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Imperative


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Orpheus in the Garden


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Altricial


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Magdalen


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The First Horse of the Apocalypse


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Thoughts Without Order Concerning the Love of God


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Liturgy of the Hours


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three champagne glasses set on the ground in front of feet walking away from the champagne. the image is in black and white and made with film, it is grainy and has a nostalgic feel to it.

Oriana Fallaci in New York


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Post-Miracle


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Yanjing Beer


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Saint Francis Considers His Own Advice


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Deserted


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Fist


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Fool Plow


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Blood Blessing


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The Grackles


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In the Beginning


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Habits of Invention


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The Border


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Spontaneous


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El Cristo de Piedra


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Putting Out into the Deep from Gloucester


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abstract image in gold and orange with hints of red. sweeps of color, looks like molten gold or a galaxy cast in bronze.

The Earth


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Tabernacle


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Every One Such as I


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Abraham on the Way to the Sacrifice


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Glowworm


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The Invented Child


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Little Allegory


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Sensuum Defectui


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Christmas Morning in a Hotel Room


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Caldey


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Naming the Thirst


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The Present


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Sheet: A Psychology of Hatred


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Woodpile


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Prayer at Evening


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La Cicada Familia


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Forgiveness IV


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You Who Seek Grace from a Distracted God


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Asperges


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Image

Syllable Nutshell


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Saint Francis Appears at the Scene of an Accident, Then Joins the Murmuration


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My Father at Eleven Years


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Some Small Bone


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Another Idiot Psalm


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Leeks


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Impromptu Novena in September


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Last Judgment in Ferrara


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A Christmas Story


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Meditation on Soteriology


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