Theology, or: Perspective

My 2nd Clogyrnach A narrative poem My God's far beyond my beyond But to his presence I respond Oft He shows His love Light streams from above My beloved I'm so fond He drops flakes of manna for me Showering generosity Towards them I swim Towards the Great Rim My tears brim So meekly He… Continue reading Theology, or: Perspective

Limits of reality, or: Word fish

My first bagua poem rim where water licks surface air above rim side invisible but known existence only this side cornered word fish always turns to next corner edges clear to big shapes peering through edges side through which small sails visible before side edging in through hollow plastic hull near edge corner plant stiff… Continue reading Limits of reality, or: Word fish

A fishy lockdown

Last night and the night before I wanted to take some time to write, but I ended up falling asleep while putting my daughter to bed each time. For me, perhaps the most frustrating thing about Israel's current (2nd) pandemic-related lockdown is the diminished amount of time and space that I am left with for… Continue reading A fishy lockdown