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I could gaze at it for hours! Thanks for writing, Linda! Such beautiful poems! Thank you for sharing the words that especially touched you.

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Not sure I am brave enough but it gave me pause. Yes, Anita, if I lived this poem, I would need a large dose of bravery too! Thanks for writing. Melannie, I enjoyed this sampling of your poetry. I hope they get published some day. I related to the image of snaring God by becoming a beggar.

And, as soon as I can get my hands in the soil without freezing them, I have a packet of radish seeds ready for planting! Dear Sister Melanie, thank you for making Monday mornings so enjoyable!

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Love your blog and today your poetry. Now I do and will look for more of her heartfelt voice. God is abundantly patient and always has surprises for us…thank you for sharing your insights and faith. Melannie, for sharing your poetry. I am very much looking forward to your retreat at the Sophia Center. Here is one of my poems. All is gift. Thank you is sufficient If prayer from a grateful heart.

Desire to give as gift what has been given. Eternal life, the final gift, awaits. Dear Barb, What a tender and wise little poem. Thank you for sharing it with us! Thank you so much for always blessing me with your wonderful newsletter, with your stories, poems, scriptures and music.

What a blessing you are Sister Melannie. I will be 97 years young in May and you bring me great joy.

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God bless you. Sister of Notre Dame, teacher, student, author, speaker, listener, friend, poet, farm girl. Along the way I welcome your questions, comments and insights too. The Sisters of Notre Dame of Chardon, Ohio, belong to an international congregation of more than two thousand apostolic women religious. We are one in mind and one in heart for the transformation of the world in Christ. Sunflower Seeds Celebrating Everyday Spirituality. Let go of all you have and are and sit ragged on the side of the road.

Live not with clenched fists, but with open palms eager to receive. Shed once and for all your illusion of self-sufficiency and enter into that place of deep need.

watch Cry out, if you must, or simply sit mute and wait. Either way, rest assured, God comes. Beauty, that steady ray by which I catch a glimpse of Thee, that dear entanglement by which Thou snareth me. Did any of these poems peak to you today? If so, which… and how? Do you ever write short poems like this? If so, would you like to share one with us?

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