Category Archives: Poems about the Virgin Mary


Mother of God – May Grant

MOTHER OF GOD By May Grant A loving, tragic figure hovers larger than his life. Such a fine woman, a devout woman. “Too young, too young,” she coos about his wedding plans. Hear me, Holy Mother of us all! Calm … Continue reading

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Haiku to Mary – George Delany

Haiku to Mary By George Delany Through my Protestant Lens you appear so dimly Occupy my heart George Delany is an artist, designer and co-instigator behind many special projects at Central Church – including this website.

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From Mary – Kathy Lowe Hart

From Mary By Kathy Lowe Hart “Really, God? You chose me? But why? I’m ordinary, young, uneducated, Not married. Why me for such a task?” Then comes understanding. Not the answer to WHY, but just THE answer: “I am not … Continue reading

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Poem for a Blue Page – Janet Jagger

Poem for a Blue Page By Janet Jagger Once in a moon Blue, Joni’s best, saddest Songs are tattoos. Baby blues and blue babies, Postpartum hues From powder to midnight, blues. Little boy blue Now fills his horn With dusky … Continue reading

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Mary – By Claudia Demick

Mary By The Rev. Claudia Demick Sing praises to God little  Mary. Sing songs of acceptance of God’s presence. Sing what God has done  for you And for all the generations Of humanity. You do not  sing Of what God … Continue reading

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