Tagged: Poetry

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A Blessing On Your House

New Beginnings come in fall. To my friends: Divorcing ones rebuilding A blessing on your house – new or newly yours On those who stay with you. To babies born amidst a plague Live...

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Guest Post: Still

by N. Christensen We still love you, they said. Even though your countenance is dark We’re so sad for you. Was it pride or sin or did you choose offense? But we can still...

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Guest Post: Hands

by Sarah Carter When I heard about the slaying of George Floyd, I thought about the community guilt we, especially we white US citizens, have in his death. During the protests in Salt Lake...

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Singing Redeeming Love

I wrote this poem a few years ago at a very tumultuous point in my relationship with the church. With Mother’s Day coming up I have reflected again on how meaningful building a relationship...