Apr 14, 2022-- "When I was a child and my mother needed me to entertain myself, she would give me a poem to memorize. So began a lifelong love affair with poetry. There are so many poets I love; and new ones I discover each day. I've written poems for most of my adult life. They emerge through deep stillness. Through paying attention to what is stirring in my heart, and what is happening in the world around me. Most of what I write begins and ends in my journals. The poems that have a life beyond my journals are mostly the ones that have shown up nearly fully formed, as if a voice from beyond the veil is asking me to take dictation and then do whatever tidying up I feel is invited. These poems have all been gifts for me, helping me to see something new or in a new way. I pray they are gifts for you." Episcopal priest, poet and peace-builder Rev. Charles Gibbs shares four of his poems here. (5001 reads)
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An unhurried sense of time is in itself a form of wealth.
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