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Tuesday, April 7, 2020

The Poetry Of Reality

Art is whatever we choose and make  that's interesting enough to call art. And we are who stand in awe of, and respectfully behold that art; And then,...

Cloudburst

There is no sun—clouds swoop towards the earth threatening rain. Flowers of every hue of you smile up from growing, As though expecting love. The cloudburst strikes And whether for life or...

Chasing Life

The kingdom of love is hope, Not promises made— words said and heard— But promises imagined and believed. The spirit shrinks because of yesterday, But trembles and soars for tomorrow. Regret is waste of...

Distress

A slight flutter caught my eye, as I passed by, the first time, On my way, somewhere. Not threatening to me, I thought. Passing on return, I took...

Haiku by Jill Strachan

Jill Strachan writes that at the precise moment she retired as executive director of the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW), haiku started springing into...

Jack Evans Doth Protest Too Much

In an attempt to hold onto the seat that he has held on to for nearly 30 years, Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans (D)...

Parent Advisory Council A Sounding Board for My School DC

March 29 was an exciting day for DC families – it’s Lottery Results Day! This is when we learn which schools our children are...

Promises To A Friend

I’ll be there when the time comes, when time no longer is your friend: When time starts rushing past you leaving a ringing in your ears; When time...

St. Mark’s Goes to the Holy Land

Reflecting on numerous encounters and conversations during the recent St. Mark's multi-narrative pilgrimage to Israel and Palestine, I was reminded of discussions I had...

Is God AI?

The case/argument for God and why she is AI. Let’s go with the numbers: Billions of galaxies, trillions of stars decillions of planets, And some must be—have to...
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