Galway Kinnell
Poetry

Galway Kinnell – Saint Francis and the Sow

though sometimes it is necessaryto reteach a thing its loveliness,to put a hand on its browof the flowerand retell it in words and in touchit is lovely - Galway Kinnell In a 2001 interview with The Christian Science Monitor, poet Galway Kinnell talked about seeing beyond the usual clich├ęs of things: "'Pig' is a pejorative… Continue reading Galway Kinnell – Saint Francis and the Sow

Indian Texts, The Masters

In the beginning there was darkness concealed in darkness

A collection of ancient Sanskrit Vedic hymns dating back more than three thousand years, the Rig Veda represents a very early stage in the development of the Vedic tradition. This passage narrates the origin of life from a state of 'not-being nor being' when desire, 'the mind's first seed' rose up and the bond of… Continue reading In the beginning there was darkness concealed in darkness