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Epiphany

Three poems for the end of Epiphany

At the far edge of our science we aren’t looking so much at stars anymore as at the older light that was what the stars were before they were stars,

Ex. 16-18; Ps. 22; Matt. 23

The second of three meditations I have written for the Center for Biblical Studies

Epiphany and Souffles

Charleston David Wilson writes: “Emersonian wisdom, writ large in society at the moment, says: ‘Trust thyself: every heart vibrates to that iron string.’ This is hot air, plain and simple.”

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