Category Archives: Poetry

In the Silence

In the Silence Holy God, I’m feeling very lonely. You seem so far away; distant, like a stranger hurrying past, looking at his phone, unseeing, uncaring, as I sit, weeping endless tears. Night and day I call, but the only … Continue reading

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A Cry from the Heart

Deborah Beach Giordano © October 2, 2017 Again Once again we learn of “man’s inhumanity to man.” And we grieve and cry out to God. A Cry from the Heart Holy One, be merciful to us and bless us. We … Continue reading

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I didn’t notice…

You had been to the barber but I didn’t notice until later seeing your ear perfectly outlined, your neck shaved bare and vulnerable as an infant or a man condemned to the guillotine; all the while you sat straight-backed and … 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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