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Servant

FJ Poetry: “In a black transport chair, …”

Ruth Naylor lives in Bluffton, Ohio.

Posted in: Poetry, The State of Quaker Institutions
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Psalm 131

FJ Poetry: “Surely I have behaved and quieted myself, …”

Jane Simpson lives in Atlanta, Ga.

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River Crossing

FJ Poetry: “Sitting in bed she gazes at the river, …”

Anne Maren-Hogan lives in Burnsville, N.C.

Posted in: Poetry, Unnamed Quaker Creeds
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Somewhere in This Large Field

FJ Poetry: “Somewhere in this large field…”

David Black lives in Louisa, Va.

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Pine Ridge

FJ Poetry: “I was privileged,…”

Charlie Janney lives in Longmont, Colo.

Posted in: February 2020, Poetry
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How to See

FJ Poetry: “I close my eyes in silence, …”

Alice Carlton lives in Chapel Hill, N.C.

Posted in: February 2020, Poetry
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I Met God on a Train Last Week

FJ Poetry: “Bumbling along…”

Elizabeth Bajjalieh lives in Palatine, Ill.

Posted in: Drugs, Poetry
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Brightened Corner

FJ Poetry: “They blew into the visitors’ room…”

Ken Gibble lives in Camp Hill, Pa.

Posted in: Poetry, Quaker Kids
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Another Language

FJ Poetry: “Standing at the cliff, saxophone…”

Anne Maren-Hogan lives in Burnsville, N.C.

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Coming Home

FJ Poetry: “I was visited this morning…”

Dorothy Riehm lives in Florence, Mass.

Posted in: Gambling, Poetry
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