‘Tis Good to Be Hungry
‘Tis good to be hungry, ‘Tis good to be cold, ‘Tis good to be poor, ‘Tis good to be old. For hunger brings thanks, And cold brings snuggles, And poverty brings wisdom, And with age, it all doubles. This was written at the start of Lent last year. It happened to be a day of...
An Interview with Jeanne Curcio, Catholic Author & Editor
Insights into the Literary Art of Writing and Editing
An Acrostic for Theophany:
Forgive Me for Forgetting
Forgive me for forgetting that every breath I take, every morning that I awake, every comfort and every ache, are all a gift from You. Image credit: Joe Pearson, Unsplash
What Does Silence Know?
What does silence know? That bite of tongue can be so wise, the loudness of heartbeats and sighs, the blossom of creative tries; this, does silence know. That loneliness can be profound, there’s peace away from things that pound, God-whispers are a soothing sound; this, does silence know. I came across a poetry challenge posted...