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My Barefoot Rank
My Barefoot Rank
My Barefoot Rank
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My Barefoot Rank

Автор David Craig

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Though we are all sorry sinners, not worthy to sing God's praises, we must. The trick is to not let concerns for "Christian stealth" transform us into poets who end up serving a second master. "Platform" has its draw, but we can't let a wide concern for Catholic culture become no culture at all. We can't be so concerned with success that our poems lose their distinguishing content.
Jesus is Lord of all the earth.
Using a conversational style lifted from Collins and Coleridge, these poems seek to bring a world to light where He has always been alive and active, where he reigns in complete power, worthy of all our praise.
May He forgive us all our sins and change us in the twinkling of His eye before our journey ends.
ЯзыкEnglish
ИздательResource Publications
Дата выпуска25 сент. 2017 г.
ISBN9781532633171
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    Copyright © 2017 David Craig. All rights reserved. Except for brief quotations in critical publications or reviews, no part of this book may be reproduced in any manner without prior written permission from the publisher. Write: Permissions, Wipf and Stock Publishers, 199 W. 8th Ave., Suite 3, Eugene, OR 97401.

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    Table of Contents

    Title Page

    "Francis was so small

    We are cars on golden blocks

    Fall is here before the leaves know it

    It’s a thin hand

    Silence is old, it’s Scandinavian

    The notes on my wife’s piano pages

    Jesuit high get-together

    We’d stopped at an alligator farm

    Linda says their red eyes are purely ornamental

    The 17 year cicadas are out

    Dishes in the sink, many times

    The Hand that opens flowers

    The size of the church always got me

    October is the pumpkin’s friend

    Old people are brave

    Aren’t you glad someone invented baseball

    The speed with which the old

    We are not worthy, worms

    It’s a potter’s shed, this poetry place

    Mary had a donkey

    Why this attraction to old

    The bronze soldiers of winter

    This cold moon allows for no

    Lawrence Welk’s Gail and Dale sing

    Dark snow, night fields

    "It’s not about cleverness. It’s about life—

    Landscape with Cattle by Philipp Peter Roos

    Heaven is a large bird bath

    In heaven the lemonade stands will be better

    This is how it always starts

    If I ran things

    Everything was Calvinist yesterday

    I want to meet Jesus

    Working for mission wages

    Not long off the boat

    Your ship is not going to come in

    The back winter roads in West Virginia

    It snowed again last night

    Where can we go this morning

    The wrong people keep running things

    Southwell’s Burning Babe

    Vased twigs spiral upward

    Alberta, you were still teaching us

    Notes

    "Francis was so small

    it was almost like you could hold him

    in your hand; all of them—they seemed

    to act out their own stories, playing themselves:

    feeding the hungry, covering the sick.

    But for whose benefit, that’s

    what I want to know? And who

    were the grown ups here anyway?

    How were we supposed to take this?

    And the crèche,

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