Tag: scott cairns

God’s Love

Today, on the Feast of Pentecost which signals the end of the Easter Season, I offer a poem offered among the Easter resources from Education for Justice. It was written by Richard Rolle in the14th Century. I appreciate Scott Cairns information that allowed me… Continue Reading “God’s Love”


Today’s Easter Poem from Education for Justice is by Scott Cairns. Reunion You know already that the breath moves in and out in order to infuse the heart with the air it craves; as I have said, then recollect your mind, and draw it—and… Continue Reading “Reunion”

Happy Easter! The Death of Death

Happy Easter to You!! I have received so many grateful comments for the poems shared here during the Season of Lent. Easter is such a glorious season. So it would be a shame to stop the poetry now! The site, Education for Justice, has… Continue Reading “Happy Easter! The Death of Death”

Possible Answers to Prayer

Today’s Lenten poem from Education for Justice, is by Scott Cairns. Your petitions—though they continue to bear just the one signature—have been duly recorded. Your anxieties—despite their constant, relatively narrow scope and inadvertent entertainment value—nonetheless serve to bring your person vividly to mind. Your… Continue Reading “Possible Answers to Prayer”

Late Results

Today’s Lenten Poem from Education for Justice is “Late Results” by Scott Cairns “We wanted to confess our sins but there were no takers.” —Milosz And the few willing to listen demanded that we confess on television. So we kept our sins to ourselves,… Continue Reading “Late Results”