Dusting – a poem by Kim Malinowski

Dusting I always believed there was more to praying than kneeling or reciting a prayer holding hands. In the silences the hidden prayers came through. Doubts, sighs, a child giggling in a pew. I always thought that praying was more about dusting—wiping greasy fingerprints off glass doors and sweeping up dried mud. Not the hymns […]

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A Walk Through Orleans Cemetery – a poem by Judy DeCroce and Antoni Ooto

A Walk Through Orleans Cemetery Under a parish of birds headstones limp uphill, bones arranged in time’s neglect. Names remembered, Crosbys, Doanes, and Snows of long ago. Sea captains, strong wives, and innocent children, with lives of storm and joy. We imagine stories— epitaphs from the age of sail. ~ Here, lichen covers, damp as […]

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