Tag Archive for: Contemplative Poetry

The Passion of the Hyphen

The post reflects on the themes of remembering and re-membering, encouraging a deeper connection and integration with ourselves, others, and a higher power. The author navigates through emotions, relationships, and personal history, ultimately emphasizing the significance of love and unity. The Lenten rhythm further underscores the message of interconnectedness and belonging.

Being With a Plant.

Kathleen Heppell shares a poem with contemplations on “Being with a Plant.”

Being Human.

Sherry Roscoe shares a contemplative poem on humanity, Being Human.


Chris Ball shares a contemplative poem on mothering.

A Bruised Reed.

Today Chris Ball graces us with another of his poems, this one about “a bruised reed.”