Category Archives: Poems about the Virgin Mary
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
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.
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
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