Saturday, September 10, 2011

Saturday Good Reads



On online friendship blooms into reality with wedding photos. A boy’s smile at a football game lifts hearts. A heart-tearing reflection on Labor Day. A poem about the Founding Fathers, and another poem about a blues band warming up. A close-up of what lavender looks like. And a recitation of the entire Gospel of Mark. All this and so much more – it was a creative week on the worldwide web.

Prose

“Amazing Wedding, Amazing Photos,” post by Cassandra Frear at Moonboat Café and photos by Kelly Sauer.

Stepping Out into Oneness” by Diane Walker at Contemplative Photography.

Les Murray” by D.S. Martin at Kingdom Poets.

When It Feels Like an Impossible Dream” by Jennifer Dukes-Lee at Getting Down With Jesus.

Amongst the ugly” by Duane Scott.

Lavish Grace” by Jeanne Damoff at The View From Here.

Sickly” and “A Little More Like Jesus” by Jake Lee at Very Much Later.

Overtaken by weeds” by Jason Vana.


Clarity deepens in the silence” and “Come on home” by Louise Gallagher at Recover Your Joy.

A weight too heavy to carry” by Billy Coffey at What I Learned Today.

Labor Day, two years after being laid off” by Michael Dodaro at Working Dangerously.

Roofing; My Ass” by Greg Sullivan ay Sippican Cottage. 

"The (graphic novel) Book of Revelation" by Tim Challies at Informing the Reforming.

"Our Backward Perspective" by Michael Perkins at Untitled. 

"Once below a time" by Milton Brasher-Cunningham at Don't Eat Alone. 

"We ate them. Words" by Harriet Gillham at The Other Side of the Mountain. 

"Trending: The mass unfollow on Twitter" by Kathy Richards at Katdish. 

"So What if it's Old?" by David Rupert at Red-Letter Believers. 


"He Held Me" by Dena Dyer for Held.

Poetry 

"Shaken: He Never Walked Away" by Robbie Pruitt. 

"A plum grey line" by B.K. McKenzie at Signed...BKM. 

"Founding Fathers" by Marcus Goodyear at Good Word Editing. 

"Comfort Has its Hope" by Maureen Doallas at Writing Without Paper. 

"Nine eleven" by Brian Miller at Way Station One. 

"The ride" by Bob Spencer at Wilderness Fandango. 

"Alsace in F Flat" by Claudia Schoenfeld at Jaywalking the Moon.


Watching Tomatoes Ripen” by Michael Dodaro at Lyric Arts Forum.

Paintings and Photographs

Northern Exposure” by J of India at Neither Use Nor Ornament.

He Gives Rest” by Sandra Heska King.

Seeing red” and “What’s ahead?” by Susan Etole at Just…A Moment.


"The Morning Fog Surrounds the Sun Drifting Above the Waves" by Randall David Tipton at Painter's Process. 

Videos 

The Entire Gospel of Mark Recited Word for Word” by Mac McLean, via Justin Taylor at The Gospel Coalition.


Luke Havergal” by Edwin Arlington Robinson, read by Tom O’Bedlam at Spoken Verse.

La Figlia Che Piange” by T.S. Eliot, read by Tom O’Bedlam at Spoken Verse. 


"Sometimes I Miss My Big Brother" and "My Son, Charging at the Musical Machine Guns" by Greg Sullivan at Sippican Cottage.


Photograph: Bread of life by Nancy Rosback. Used with permission.

10 comments:

ayala said...

Thank you for sharing. Happy Saturday.

H. Gillham said...

Wow, that's a list.

*twirls*

Have a great weekend.

katdish said...

Thanks again for the mention here, Glynn. On busy weeks, I'm always grateful to come here and find some great links.

Maureen said...

A creative week for everyone!

Thank you for including "Comfort Hoards Its Hope" among the poetry selections.

Have a wonderful weekend.

Claudia said...

wow - what a collection...need to check some of them out...wishing you a lovely weekend and see you later for poetics maybe..?

nance marie said...

the title
is not misleading
this is definitely
good reading
:-)

S. Etole said...

Looking forward to checking these out. Thank you, Glynn!

Brian Miller said...

smiles. thank you once more glynn...i am in good company i see...smiles.

SippicanCottage said...

Hi Glynn. All the best from your friends in Maine

Kelly Sauer said...

I have had this up since Saturday, with not so much time to get through it all, but I love it. I love what you find and how you share. I'm so grateful to be a part of it all, Glynn.

Thank you for this!