04 Apr

Hello, everyone. In one way or another, we have seen Chris’ posts a number of times over the past couple of years. His call for poems seems a good opportunity for submissions. If your interest is piqued, read the whole post. Chris will be the first to tell you that his definition of spiritual is broad and not to be put off by the word. Look at his list of possibilities for topics.
I’ll see you tomorrow for Friday’s roundup of prompts.

this fragile tent


I would really appreciate your help in getting the message out there about this project- if you are a blogger/facebooker/twitterer would you mind reposting?

For a while now, I have been chewing on an idea about putting together a collection of poetry.

From time to time people send me things they have written- asking for feedback. I always really struggle to give feedback- I want to be honest, open and encouraging, but poetry is really subjective. What I find however, is that there is almost always gold in the dust. Most people who write do so to get into the depth of things, and the process opens us up- in my view, it opens us up to God (however you understand this.)

Much of this writing is personal- like many of the things I write, its primary purpose is personal spiritual discipline. However, some poems have a life beyond…

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Posted by on 04/04/2013 in links, poetry


3 responses to “

  1. julespaige

    04/04/2013 at 11:15 am

    Do you have a working e-mail address for thefragiletent? The one they provide isn’t working.

    • margo roby

      04/04/2013 at 11:20 am

      Uh-oh. Thanks, Jules. I’ll get back to you.


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