Author Archives: Pat Cegan

Everywhere

I wander through the floresta in peace the trees nod their blessing birds sing God’s church is everywhere.

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Flower of Solitude

The transcendence of solitude opens, reveals, fills empties what no longer serves prepares us to open petals layered with fragrance a rare bloom on a summer night.

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Devil and Demons

Are demons manifestations of our own fears or do they exist separate from men? “The devil made me do it” gives us a perfect out. Not my fault our favorite refrain. The question of evil as a separate force an … Continue reading

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We

I me can seek looks to find when I have all He is

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May Pole

May Pole around the children weave beribboned, spring flowers woven wishes for a new beginning Spring Tradition

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Recycle Again

R euse never ends E verything should have a purpose C ommunities sharing do not create wastes Y ou are the beginning, set the example C arry your own reusable containers L ook for ways to reuse E very scrap … Continue reading

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Dumpster

Dumpster container of things we waste rotting, smelling, reminding resources used wisely don’t make garbage Holder of leftover greed

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