a poem by Carol O'Connor
A contribution from Australian poet Carol O'Connor. She writes:
"The Old Testament is full of imagination. I've been thinking about the telescopic perspective of Genesis alongside the small, particular details that are dropped inside it. Also, its moral ambiguity, its humanity and it's overlapping of texts— but witness of a God who is there for the lost, the underdog. I've been doing some Genesis study and thinking about dear Lot's wife, so a poem:"
Prints, above and below: details from "The Akedah" etchings by Bernard Greenwald (New York)
Flowers from the Arizona desert - photo by Catherine Schieve
Digital photo overlay "Salt" by Catherine Schieve
-- Guest contributor Carol O'Connor, with Catherine Schieve, editor.