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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

Guide to Avian Architecture


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Quantum Theory


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Appeal to the Self


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Star Child


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At Chinese Harbor


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Late Easter, Spring Come Lately


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Discipleship Training in Kailua Kona


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How the Band Becomes One Body


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Goodbye


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Veiled Images at Passiontide


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image of a wall lit up red and gold by a metal lamp with glass panes. the rest of the image is in darkness.

Rugby Wheels


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How Long the Long Winter


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Lessons of a Gentle Childhood


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After Hearing That a Friend Visiting Israel for the First Time Asked Her Private Tour Guide, “Where Is the Garden of Eden?”


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a still life painting with a blue background. on the top is leafy and flowery plants in a vase, bowls filled with fruit (figs and grapes and marrow bones). it is very opulent.

The Wasp on Renaissance Painters


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Venice: The Jewish Cemetery on the Lido


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Angel Crying


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This Orange That


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Confirmation Man


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Manual for the Would-Be Saint


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Walking to Emmaus


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Night and Chaos


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When I Meet You


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Psalm for the Lost


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Portrait of the Psalmist as Ultra-Singer


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I Said to God, “I’m Thinking of You”


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A Christmas Story


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Zohar


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The Assumption of Miriam from a Winter Street, 1942


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abstract image of a close up of a glass filled with red liquid, in front of a background that is blurry and makes a natural gradient: white at the top, a thick band of emerald green, a thin band of lighter green, an even thinner but darker band of green, and then a white strip again that is faded into.

Happiness


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Mary


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Disciple’s Song


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Elegy


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Icon of an Unknown Saint


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Glosa


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The Yes


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Doubt at Easter


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Origin of God


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Cleft for Me Let Me Hide Myself from Thee


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Cellar Door


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Woman Holding a Balance


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Lent


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Rumspringa


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Emerson Mourns the Death of His Son


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Habits of Invention


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For the Virgin of Sorrows


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Your Face Has Always Been Peppered with Moles


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Tongue Is the Pen


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Echo


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Bone Anthem


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Stole


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old black and white image that looks like a polaroid of a large campfire. the flames are in a warm glow in the center. behind the fire sits four blurry people, caught in mid-motion in the shadows.

Last Night’s Fire


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Deus ex Machina


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The Censor


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Ya-Quddus


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Lacrimae Rerum


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Evolution


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Translation Back Into Native Tongues


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The Soul


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Early Morning on the B Line from Vero Beach to Orlando after a Poetry Festival


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