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The Jaroslavl Fresco

The Jaroslavl Fresco By David Chorlton   The Jaroslavl Fresco A likeness of God stares through the plaster. At twilight he turns into a wolf. His eyes are close together and the pupils float on luminous globes. Hair covers all … Continue reading

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Relics

. Relics By David Chorlton . Relics The empty habit of a priest appears between Heaven and Earth with the cross on a string of beads still flowering on the breast. His sandals, alight with needles, rest on the incline … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: SARA BIGGS CHANEY

ST. EUGENIA DECLARES HER ALLEGIANCES By Sara Biggs Chaney The girl said: I am not skin, but sackcloth. She said: I am not spoke, but symphony. My rib bones, how they burn for the Son. For Him, I will suffer … Continue reading

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Hell Yes, I’m Intolerant

Hell Yes, I’m Intolerant By Joanna Schroeder The other day on Facebook a friend of mine shared his thoughts on the Coca Cola ad set to the song “America the Beautiful.” My friend’s status said, “If this bothered you… I don’t even know … Continue reading

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