Arts & Culture PoetryPhilip Metres February 05, 2018
It's already late—where is the feast inside?
Arts & Culture PoetryPhilip Metres February 10, 2017
Indeed, the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Do not fear; you are more valuable than many sparrows (Lk 12:7).
During Advent a few years ago, I composed meditations each morning on the day’s scriptural readings as I experienced the season. This Advent journal was my experiment, my practice as a writer and a seeker, to anchor myself before each day pulled me in all its directions. I began with Scripture
PoetryPhilip Metres November 04, 2015
O unnamed & only son too soonslipped from tender clutchof unripe body from cursed branchI will hang what’s left of youuntil you bloom into bone unnamed & onlyaviary of ribcageI will play what is reft from me & cradle the holewhat is singing
In our global digital age, what can poetry and the arts do?
PoetryPhilip Metres April 17, 2006
So easy to mistake him for the crucifier,