The manner of your leaving John Dennison Author’s note: This poem stands in a long tradition of meditations on death and creaturely finitude. A childhood friend about my age had recently died of cancer, and it gave me pause for thought, drew me towards the Easter story of Christ's forsakeness, and the hope of the God-forsaken tomb.
Pentecost Ben Egerton
South Ben Egerton Author’s note: These two poems, like much of what I write, are concerned with grace. I struggle to articulate just what that means - and so in my poems I often write about ordinary details, those seemingly inconsequential moments, from things I do or experience and use them to try and illustrate what grace might look like.
Poem for a paper Ari Luecker Sometimes I wish I was into the one night stand ... .