Today, for Good Friday, I wrote Collects to go with the Stations. Some are below, accompanied by the gorgeous art of Sieger Koder, whose religious art can be found at PB&M.
I've been speaking at a few nursing conferences this past 12 months, exploring how language and story influence the treated and the treating. The Scottish Centre for Nursing Innovation asked would I write for their journal, so I wrote this prose poem - Patient Notes - for their International Practice Development Journal.
The poem is on their website (link here).
With thanks to Jan Dewing for her innovation.
One of the joys of having a website is that folks get in touch. Last week, I got the following email from a teacher in the United States. I asked if I could reprint it and she said of course.
A few years ago I recorded an album of poetry and some music. Here's "Maranatha" - the track that inspired the album's. It's yours, for free, because I stole most of the words from the prophet Jeremiah, including the strong language.
On the joy of radio.