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“For now we see through a glass, darkly…”

“For now we see through a glass, darkly…” Paul wrote that to the Corinthians in Koine Greek, a language I don’t know, so I can’t comment on whether it should be translated as “mirror” or “glass”. But as a poet, … Continue reading

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Mirror

For today’s poetry prompt let’s try a mirror poem. Mirror I prefer bathroom mirrors that are medicine cabinet doors— three sections fold to produce an infinity when in proper configuration. Light is stranger than fiction— photons bouncing between silvered glass … Continue reading

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