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Christmas Eve

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Tinker
Christmas Eve

The wind holds its breath
at the winter white solemnity
that stretches over the landscape.
A hush echoes
in the hollows heralding
a moment of grace.
The birth of hope and light,
centuries before,
is rejoined
on this starlit crystal night.
         ~~Judi Van Gorder

~~ © ~~ Poems by Judi Van Gorder ~~

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dr_con

Wonderful capture Tinker! Indeed, the birth of hope and light. WEll well done.

 

Juris


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dcmarti1

"rejoined"

I am not exactly orthodox, but this is perfectly liturgical. Time is circular, and sacred. Beautiful.

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tonyv

This poem captivates in a strikingly non-literal way. As crafted, it appeals to both spiritual and secular interests and has a sense of timelessness.

Tony


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A. Baez

You  definitely create a strong atmosphere of wispy awe and grace. I felt it!

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