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Category Archives: Poetry
One of our Reynolds family favorites from my childhood: Strictly Germ-Proof by Arthur Guiterman (1871-1943) The Antiseptic Baby and the Prophylactic Pup Were playing in the garden when the Bunny gambolled up; They looked upon the creature with a loathing … Continue reading
I recently found these poems I wrote shortly after I was saved (1964), tucked into my copy of Streams in the Desert. I’d forgotten all about them but they blessed me as much as if they had been written … Continue reading
For some reason I attended an evening service at the church on campus and was sitting in the balcony when little crackers and shot glasses of grape juice were passed along the pew. I was conflicted about taking communion but … Continue reading
Uganda gets rain every day, they told us. But it wasn’t until our second full day, driving back from our second visit to Namugongo, that we experienced what an event that is. First we saw lightning and a few serious … Continue reading
Ansel Adams, Moon over Half Dome Give me eyes to see everything in black and white: penguin, orca, pan– I posted this a week ago. I got two responses, both in haiku, both gently taking exception to my point. … Continue reading
Omnipresent God contained in all His fullness within this zygote. jessica renshaw, 1991