Tag Archives: nature poetry

Nature Lit Has Healed for Centuries

For years my Intro to Lit class has had a nature theme.

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Scorn No Vision That a Dewdrop Holds

Eva Gore-Booth finds divinity with a dewdrop here, and twilight hour there. The “One” can be found in “the gentle Light that shines behind the storm.”

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Something Different Crosses the Threshold

Mary Oliver gives a powerful reading of Jesus calming the storm.

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