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“I Traveled through a Land of Men…”

The House of Reinvention

I and We

What He Knew

To My Future Caregiver

Inside, she watches the hands of men

Shirley’s Spaniel

Cutting Hair

My Grandfather in Green

Anonymous in the Rain

Poems from the Archive

On Visiting Carthage


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World


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Translation Back Into Native Tongues


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The Years Were Patient with Me


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I Loved You Before I Was Born


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In the House of God


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Night Thoughts


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The Grackles


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Credo


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Adjusting to Darkness


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Sheet: A Psychology of Hatred


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And Yet another Page and Yet


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March: Saint John the Divine


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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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Port-au-Prince


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Mary


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The Shadow-Cross


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My Father at Eleven Years


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Beginnings Again


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Prayer at Evening


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One Morning


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Switzerland


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The Good Samaritan Speaks


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Habits of Invention


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The Angel of Rain


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Impromptu Novena in September


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Near-Annunciation at Carroll’s Point


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Prayer


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I Am Poured Out Like Water


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Tenebrae


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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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Orange and Spices


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When I Meet You


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Prodigal Body


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I Stand and Knock


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To Begin With


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Canticle of Want


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Longsuffering


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Broken Cup


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Half Like Them


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Shoemaker in Fallujah


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Emerson Mourns the Death of His Son


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Every One Such as I


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Tuesday: Rhubarb, Lattice Crust


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Topographies of Easter


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On Saturday Night My Brother and I Go to the Auction


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Homage to a Philosopher of History as a Small Child


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Adiáphora


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Note to My Sister from Notre Dame


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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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Cotton Mather Examines Four Children Afflicted by Witchcraft


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Walking on Water in Venice


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The Sanctuary at Chimayó


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The Egg of Anything


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Nostalgia for the Doughnut Shop


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After Love


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John Wesley, After Field Preaching


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Thoughts Without Order Concerning the Love of God


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Apocalypse Love


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a woman in a yellow rainjacket walks away from the camera, a dog by her side. one of her feet is raised in movement. to her left is thick bramble and wheat and a large tree, illuminated by a hazy glow of sun. it looks like it just rained, the atmosphere is gauzy.

Taking the Byzantine Path to Monastiri Aghiou Ioannou


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