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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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Vigil

FJ Poetry: The hospice nurse was shaving his slack jaw when we arrived… 🔒

Tina Schumann lives in Seattle, Wash.


Posted in: Poetry, Quaker Libraries
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Voyagers

FJ poetry: “On the road south toward home / a chevron of geese crosses…” 🔒

Linda Rabben lives in Takoma Park, Md.


Posted in: Conscience, Poetry
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Higher Order Thinking

FJ Poetry: “What if Eve, eyeing the / red lusciousness of the apple…

Katherine Murray lives in Indianapolis, Ind.


Posted in: Conscience, Poetry
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Trust

FJ Poetry: “He has been instructed to take shelter under his mother’s cloak…”

Dudley Warman lives in Bedford, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom.


Posted in: Poetry, September 2017
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Morning Thoughts

FJ Poetry: “A songbird awakens /the morning just outside…” 🔒

Betty Jamerson Reed lives in Brevard, N.C.


Posted in: Poetry, September 2017
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Seeing Truth

FJ Poetry: “It’s true, things stick…” 🔒

Heather Heath Reed lives in Westport, Mass.


Posted in: Poetry, September 2017
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Measuring Joy

Poetry: “My grandmother put a little sugar in everything she cooked.”

Michael S. Glaser lives in St. Mary's City, Md.


Posted in: Poetry, The Art of Dying
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Friends Bearing Food

Poetry: “Word goes out, and they start to come” 🔒

David Black lives in Louisa, Va.


Posted in: Poetry, The Art of Dying
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