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Poetry

  • Age Abides

    June 11, 2017

    The widows in my ward,
    faced with
    cloud computing,
    smartphones,
    BluRay players,
    delegate their devices to me.
    “I’m sure you know more about all this,” they say.

    Here is what they…

  • Three Days

    June 11, 2017

    On the Sixth Day,
    there was Love.
             Bone of my bones
             Flesh of my flesh
             The Mother of All, Living.
         …

  • Waterfall

    May 13, 2017

    I sit beside a roaring.
    All else is removed.
    It’s just the lulling loudness
    Of the voice of a God—
    Just the maker of
    Thunder and roses
    Carving out the…

  • Tug of a Thread

    May 13, 2017

    With you away,
    I’m learning the tug of a thread on a button—
    a button on a thread—
    the slow stretching tug that breaks down
    to hold together.
    I’m…

  • Foreshadow

    April 11, 2017

    I mean, Eve probably should’ve seen it coming
    the first time she took her toddler boys
    to the grocery store
    which in her day was just a…