Some Reflective Prayers

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Author House, Sep 16, 2011 - Religion - 188 pages
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The prayer-poems of this collection are spiritual reflections on my engagement with the three readings listed at the top of each reflective prayer. They are intended to invite the reader into a world of engagement with the spirit in the texts. As poems, they are meant to become poets, writing meaning in the engagement of a reader with the words and rhythms and images portrayed.
 

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I began writing poetry around my work as a minister in the early 1980s, finding that writing helped me see what I engaging in life around me. I found I wrote about the people I met, overheard, saw on the street, about anything that caught my eye and my imagination in the world through which I moved. After a while people began to say my poetry was pretty good, including some people whose opinion I thought mattered. Eventually, I chose to collect these poems from the last few years to share more broadly. I am a retired minister of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). My wife, Kathy, and I have been married for 43 years, raising 5 daughters and now enjoying 11 grandchildren spread across this country and France. We now live in northern West Virginia, on a 5 acre plot in the country with our two Australian Shepherd Dogs and a few cats.

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