A young wife speaks of her love through poetry that breathes faith and the wonder of the natural world: “Now will you turn and let me speak with you? What will bear witness to my steadfast love? How can I say it, show it, make it sure...
Available April 3, 2017: How did a Catholic priest who died a failure become one of the world's greatest poets? Discover in his own words the struggle for faith that gave birth to some of the best poetry of all time. Read More
A collection of Christian poetry exploring the varied emotions of life. Evoking comparisons to such better-known contemporaries as Jane Kenyon and Denise Levertov, Clement is direct and understated. Read More
Eberhard Arnold published most of his essays during his lifetime, but almost none of his poems. It might have been shyness: many are love poems, and others reveal private struggles. All of them open a window on a man's inmost thoughts, and show him... Read More
This unpretentious yet hauntingly mystical cycle of poems, now set to music, revolves around the stable on Christmas Night. The commonplace things participate in the miraculous birth, as do the everyday people who come to worship. Read the poems... Read More