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A Quiet Corner of the Soul — Flowers For Socrates

by IRENE FOWLER, Contributor “Silence is like a river of grace inviting us to leap unafraid into its beckoning depths. It is dark and mysterious in the waters of grace. Yet in the silent darkness, we are given new eyes.” – Macrina Wiederkehr   To read Irene’s new poem “A Quiet Corner of the Soul” […]Continue reading “A Quiet Corner of the Soul — Flowers For Socrates”

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We Went to the Game That Day & Close Avian Encounter (By Marc Stockwell-Moniz)(with a Bonus)

We Went to the Game That Day [Author’s Note: This poem/story is about my fond memories of going to a Boston Red Sox game when I was a young boy. My father pulled me out of school one day to go to an afternoon game. It’s one of the highlight snapshots of my childhood. Amazingly,Continue reading “We Went to the Game That Day & Close Avian Encounter (By Marc Stockwell-Moniz)(with a Bonus)”

Through the Eyes of a Bird: A Book Review of Kiki’s Delivery Service

Kiki’s Delivery Service is the lighthearted, magical tale of a young witch named Kiki who leaves home to make her own way in the world, accompanied by her talkative black cat Jiji. The author, Eiko Kadono, found inspiration for this story thanks to a picture drawn by her daughter, which showed a witch riding aContinue reading “Through the Eyes of a Bird: A Book Review of Kiki’s Delivery Service”