Monthly Archives: June 2017

A Burning Desire

Deborah Beach Giordano © June 26, 2017 Jeremiah 20:7-13 ~ as interpreted by Deborah O Lord, you enticed me, and I was seduced; you ravished me, and I succumbed. And now I am a scandal, a source of mockery — for … Continue reading

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The Threshold

a poem in honor of those escaping abusive relationships      A doorway that wasn’t there yesterday or the day before or the day before or the day before an opening in a wall impenetrable impervious unyielding yesterday and the … Continue reading

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When Violence Arises

Deborah Beach Giordano © June 3, 2017 I wrote this prayer/cry to God in response to the attacks in London today, and reflecting on those in Alexandria, Tanta, Al-Fu’ah, Kafraya, Rashidin, and other places too: Holy One, I just want … Continue reading

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