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Wenceslas Parker Looked Out

Wenceslas Parker looked out,At Half-time of the Spurs game,Wet and rainy all about,Wind speed nearly hurr’cane.Parker thanked his lucky stars,Twas’ Boxing day in Leicester,Work was closed, but not the bars,Doctor Who and Grantchester. When a poor man did alight,From the … Continue reading

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One Sweet Day

Time is not only linear.Power is not only hierarchical.Which explains how God, just yesterday, opened the first window on her 99 cent Advent calendar,found a chocolate angel within,and was inspired to create the sunrise.

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A room in my heart

Lord, I have prepared a little room in my heart for the child who is the light of the world. Nothing fancy: there’s hay everywhere, I’m afraid, and beneath the mess, the stone hasn’t been polished at all. You know, … Continue reading

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Your Monday Blessing: for Advent

There will always be Herods in this world: Petty men in large palaces, Murderers of dreams. And there will always be a little Herod in us, Scribbling decrees On our map of the Heavens. There will always be Magi in … Continue reading

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