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A Day of Waiting

FJ Poetry: “Holy Saturday waits / Like a patch of dirt in the lawn / Nothing happening / But shoots, then […]

Geoff Knowlton lives in Princeton, Mass.

Posted in: Healing, Poetry
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Passages

FJ Poetry: Perhaps my death will be like Dad’s…

Marsha Foss lives in Saint Paul, Minn.

Posted in: Healing, Poetry
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how to be home

FJ Poetry: “site on a wooden stool / naked as an orphan”

Amy Baskin lives in Portland, Ore.

Posted in: Poetry, Quakers and the Holy Land
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To Fathom

FJ Poetry: “I take each stone into my curious palm. grub‐gray, salmon, rounded well and calm.”

Diana Cole lives in Warren, R.I.

Posted in: Poetry, Quakers and the Holy Land
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Rahab

Poetry: “I lived in the wall, between the wilderness / and stony Jericho.”

Kristin Camitta Zimet lives in Winchester, Va.

Posted in: February 2018, Poetry
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Winter

Poetry: “Starving herself by choice / my mother wanted to know…”

Linda Lee lives in Indianapolis, Ind.

Posted in: February 2018, Poetry
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So Far So Safe

FJ Poetry: “I thought I had a can of pineapple / but it’s only apricots / in the cabinet, apricots […]

E. K. Gordon lives in Cohoes, N.Y.

Posted in: Poetry, Quaker Lifestyles
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Into a Mystery

FJ Poetry: “At the start I must enter a tunnel…”

Kathleen Gunton lives in Orange, Calif.

Posted in: Conflict and Controversy, Poetry
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Grace

FJ Poetry: “Thank you for the words my father spoke before he died.”

Laura Jackson lives in Merion Station, Pa.

Posted in: Conflict and Controversy, Poetry
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Sunday Morning Whiteout

FJ Poetry: All night falling snow, a trackless silence…

Franchot Ballinger lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Posted in: Poetry, Quaker Libraries
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