During an exceedingly long car journey between Troon and Fraserburgh I had the pleasure of reading Of Poetry and God by Daniel Kerdin. As the title suggests, it is a collection of mostly faith based poems. For several of the poems the author assumes the first person persona of Biblical figures, such as John, Peter […]
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N.P. Beckwith is a professional chiropractor, former educator, casual artist, and undocumented theologian. Occasionally, on a dare, and at great risk to those he loves, he writes a novel. He believes that he who finds a wife finds a good thing, and that children are a heritage from the Lord. That being said, he is currently satisfied with […]
Happy National Poetry Day! Here is a poem I wrote based on this year’s theme, messages. The Knock at the Door They came at night, those harbingers of death, with their sirens and their sympathy and their superficial sorrow. Their hats come off. Somehow you know what they will say before they speak. They say […]