With her poem No Name, Marsha Warren Mittman details the transition from urban to rural living, and coming to embrace and become one with new experiences.
In Be Thou My Vision, Rebecca Ramsden reminds us that poetry and holiness can be found anywhere, and in anybody.
Eugene Platt's September Poem is a story of squandered romance, set against the backdrop of autumn's arrival.
Jenna Wysong Filbrun's Church is an ode to nature, life, and belonging in a time of spiritual upheaval, an ode to the wilderness, which was humanity's first place of worship.
Barry Casey's poem "Wait Here" explores the themes of finding God and healing through the wild miracles of nature.
"Seeking Stars" by Susan Coultrap-McQuin is a meditation on growing older and inhabiting the autumnal season of our lives.
Poet Cristina Legarda's tender poem "Mary" is written from the viewpoint of the mother of Jesus Christ, as she looks back with a heart full of love and sadness at moments with her divine child.
With his poem My Hunger for You, Brian Yapko presents a desperate and generally unsuccessful search for God.
In Camino Real, Lily Jarman-Reisch details a road trip in the exhausted American West, from the Pacific Coast.
Written during the peak of the pandemic, Katie Bowers' poem touches on the challenges of faith and belief, parenting and childhood.