What if poetry could be our secular prayer? Our daily ritual for the spirit? What if it could be our morning evocation, our evening meditation? What if poetry can teach us what religion, for thousands of years, has sought out to — how to be more reverent and kind, how to practice more gratitude and love, how to see more truth, more beauty?
For 30 days during the month of April…
I'll curate and post one poem a day— paired with a watercolor painting, an audio recording, and my spoken reflections on the significance of the poem and how it’s touched me.
I’m artist and writer dedicated to making beautiful things, spinning poetic essays, and sharing how art can transform our lives. I live in the absence of organized religion, but in the presence of so much faith.