Sonnet #27 – third Shakespearean Sonnet on recovering the ability to love. Here my heart is compared to a leaf driven from the tree in Autumn’s cold wind. O, how you make me quiver as the red and weak’ning leaf upon the autumn’d trees once sapped of strength I’ll fall in browning beds of death … More Sonnet #27 – 3rd Shakespearean Sonnet on recovering the ability to love
Sonnet #26 – Second Shakespearean Sonnet on rediscovering the ability to love again. The carillon, it sings out to my heart an anthem or a dirge upon the hour It calls me to the steps through its dark art and sadness splashed with peace spills from the tow’r For what I’ve lost is sung in … More Sonnet #26 – 2nd Shakespearean Sonnet on Recovering the Ability to Love
I have posted my thoughts on last night’s jarring incidents at Burning Religion.
“Walk in wisdom toward those who are outside, redeeming the time. Let your speech always be with grace, seasoned with salt, that you may know how you ought to answer each one.” (Colossians 4:5-6) The assumption in the plethora of 20th century evangelism campaigns, and methods developed in Evangelical church circles tended toward a one-size-fits-all … More God is NOT one-size-fits-all
Saw this wonderful little program called “I Write Like.” I plugged in multiple examples of my current writing including sonnets, theological rambling, and more. I was both excited and disconcerted by the results. I entered some of my most complex stuff, and some sonnets and the result was that I write like: drum roll please… … More Who do I write like? – Wow! – *sigh*
My friend, really smart lady, and theological pioneer Megan DeFranza is headed to the Wild Goose Festival with a number of us from the North Shore of Boston. She is offering a workshop, which is unique, challenging to our simple categories of life, and bold. Megan is presenting this workshop with Lianne Simon. Below is … More Megan DeFranza is Wild Goose bound
I currently own the urls for WildTheology. I was excited to find that they had not been taken, and were available. Now, I know that the mashup of these two words may evoke fear, or critical questioning on the part of the average theologian, or astute and religiously inclined person, but that is perhaps exactly … More Are the descriptions of life too tame?