We believe the Church is alive, and we're keeping our finger on the pulse. Priest Pulse hosted by Father Benjamin Gildas and Fr. Colin Chapman looks at relevant issues in the Episcopal Church and around the world with prayer, humor, and thoughtfulness.

This is a special episode for National Poetry Month and the feast day of John Donne, Anglican Divine. Accomplished poet and author Blaine C. Martin joins Fr. Benjamin Gildas to talk about the metaphysical poets such as John Donne and George Herbert, as well as spirituality in modern poetry. Included is an exercept from Lucille Clifton's collection "Blessing the Boats." 

David Henson's blog post: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/davidhenson/2016/03/be-a-poet-not-a-preacher-during-holy-week-why-worldpoetryday-matters-to-the-church/

Find Blaine C. Martin:

"A Whole Armada of Loss" available Plan B Press http://www.planbpress.com/store/p12/A_Whole_Armada_of_Loss_-_Martin,_Blaine.html

www.facebook.com/blainecmartin

http://bcmartinpoet.wix.com/home

@bcmartinpoet

Direct download: Donne_da_dun_dun_Donne_feat._Blaine.mp3
Category:religion -- posted at: 11:36am EST
Comments[1]

  • Woo! I was right. John Donne was born 14 years after Mary I died.

    posted by: Blaine Martin on 2016-04-02 03:19:09

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