Doesn’t Feel Like Christmas

By Linda M. Crate Word Count: 115 Rating: G Summary: A poem of a Christmas with no snow. it doesn't feel festive nor right that christmas is coming and there is no psalm of white snow lilting across the land promising a new hope and redemption for the end of one year and a chorus... Continue Reading →


Cap O’ Rushes-Part 2

By Phoenix, April 30, 2015 Word Count: 1031 Rating: G Summary: A classic tale in verse Part 2: Wandering Long she wandered through the land Til coming to a fen she wove A cape and hood of rushes And donning them she covered Her rich and costly clothes And coming to a great house She... Continue Reading →

Last Sunday After Pentecost

By Lawrence Hall Word Count: 124 Rating: G Summary: A poem of the triumph of the season of Advent over winter. A calling-crow-cold sky ceilings the world Lowering the horizon to itself, All silvery and grey upon the fields Of pale, exhausted, dry-corn-stalk summer. The earth is tired, the air is cold, the dawn False-promises... Continue Reading →

Hermione-A Poem

By Ashutosh Jha Word Count: 104 Rating: G Summary: A Poem about Hermione Granger You're the one who always stood. Together we messed up everything. The polyjuice potion made you a beautiful kitten. All the spells that hardly anyone remembered, They all were at your finger tips. You’re so intelligent, you're so bold. But for... Continue Reading →

Cap O’ Rushes: Part 1

By Phoenix, April 30, 2015 Word Count: 1031 Rating: G Summary: A classic tale in verse Part 1: Once Upon a Time Once there lived a very rich man Who three daughters did have He thought to ask them one fine day How each did love him so To see how fond each daughter was... Continue Reading →

False Spring

By Lawrence Hall Word Count: Rating: G Summary: A poem about the "January thaw."   No spring is false when warm, sweet sunlight falls Upon the weathered field and woods and walls And frogs shake off the mud with much to sing While lizards leap and little bees take wing.   No spring is false... Continue Reading →

Epiphany, Transferred

By Lawrence Hall Word Count: 87 Rating: G Summary: A poem digesting what Epiphany would be like today. How, then, does one transfer a holy day? The Magi reschedule their appointments, The camels are re-booked with a penalty, King Herod’s social secretary sighs And jots a note for the distribution list (Holy Innocents will die... Continue Reading →

Star of the Imperial Feminine

By Ronnie Smith Word Count: 123 Rating: G Summary: A Marian poem. Five, the birth-star rays of the Magi’s infant king; Of the light of our infinite gaze …   Five, the dimensions of Light through Mary; Of hope, faith, love, life, and grace …   Five, the wounds that comprehend the Morning Star; Of the... Continue Reading →

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