Enjoy poems by three of Trinity’s seniors that reflect our Advent theme this year: “Come, let us walk in the light of the Lord.”
I would like to spend the next few weeks to help you explore areas of your life that need to be shared. In the past, you may not have had the time to do much exploring. But now you have the time! These are areas for which you are equipped with a lot of knowledge—after all, it’s about your life. The problem for most of us, this is an area which is often under “lock and key,” rarely talked about let alone expressed in writing.
Trinity member, Linda Wendlandt shares her original poetry to derive meaning and comfort in the time of the pandemic.
By Don Zoller
“I can’t write!” is a common response by many when faced with a blank page. I have said that myself at times. You’re not alone. It’s a natural response to a very scary thing. When asked to write and all you see is a blank page, there is a sense of fear and foreboding. Fear paralyzes most from writing.
Trinity Member and poet Roselea Nellis is gracing us with two original works of poetry. Her creations are both graceful and meaningful