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Poetry for Lent and Easter

Yehuda Amichai The Place Where We Are Right
Anonymous I Am Bending My Knee
I Am Giving Thee Worship with My Whole Life
John Ashley The Second Word
Teresa of Avila Christ Has No Body
Mary Ann Bernard Resurrection
Daniel Berrigan Suburban Prayer
Wendell Berry Manifesto: The Mad Farmer Liberation Front
Walter Brueggemann Marked by Ashes
Scott Cairns Idiot Psalm 12
Idiot Psalm X
Idiot Psalm: With Fear
G.K. Chesterton The Donkey
John Donne Death Be Not Proud (Holy Sonnet X)
Good Friday, 1613. Riding Westward
Brother Eckhart (Chip Camden) Amnon
St. Ephraim of Syria (Ephrem of Edessa) Lenten Prayers, Week 4.
Brett Foster Longing, Lenten
Saint Francis of Assisi The Peace Prayer of Saint Francis
Edwina Gateley Beginnings
Called to Become
Called to Say Yes
Let Your God Love You
Letting Go
Silent God
Malcolm Guite Maundy Thursday
Palm Sunday
Reginald Heber Bread of the World, In Mercy Broken
George Herbert Easter Wings
The Crosse
Gerard Manley Hopkins Easter Communion
I Wake and Feel the Fell of Dark
The Leaden Echo and the Golden Echo
Thomas Hopko Lenten Prayers, Week 1
Lenten Prayers, Week 2
Lenten Prayers, Week 3
John Hoyte The Touch
Isaiah 58 Lenten Prayers
Anna Kamienska Those Who Carry
Patrick Kavanagh Having Confessed
Martin Luther King I Have a Dream
Denise Levertov Ikon: The Harrowing of Hell
On Belief in the Physical Resurrection of Jesus
Primary Wonder
The Avowal
George MacDonald A Prayer for the Past
Charles Munger, Jr. Good Friday
Carol Penner Coming to a City Near You
Psalms Psalm 25, Lenten Prayers, Week 5
Psalm 51
May Sarton Now I Become Myself
Edmund Spenser Amoretti LXVIII: Most Glorious Lord of Life
Chaim Stern Prayer for Overcoming Indifference
Mark Strand The Last Seven Words
Wislawa Szymborska In Praise of Self-Deprecation
John Updike Seven Stanzas at Easter
Henry Vaughan The Revival

[ 59 poems from 38 writers ]

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