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By Daniel Berrigan

And the Risen Bread is a end result of 40 years of poetry through American Jesuit and activist Daniel Berrigan. starting with poems written on bucolic issues, the e-book strikes to these facing the fight opposed to struggle. incorporated are poems written from courtrooms and penal complex cells, in addition to non secular poems which come with the doubt and hassle that come up from the numerous horrors of our international at the present time.

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He will not make turmoil: one child more led by his father's hand into a park of children: one voice adds little: one voice to a choir, another among the swings, linked in a ring­around.  Never to say Children: I am all your bloom and odor and starlight.  In three seasons — summer was her angel, fall bent her boughs Page 13 crone winter mothered her maidenhead — she stitched Him in and out by the nodding fire: O heartbeat soft as snow on high snow falling, vein as the veined grape delicate, my body's shuttle closes you in white linen.

And the delicate outthrust foot protests and starts: you are my errand. Love Is A Difference Water is the shaping form whose blade cuts fish to jeweled finish. Out of native air we, soon lost. Page 34 But lends reason to, whispers here and now to air cut to a profile: as a bell lifts to pour on 4 winds their christening: or majestic birds, daring a perilous clearing, teach light its spectrum. Strength issues in marvels: crucial delicate finger at flute stop. Hill easing itself like tiger's body, around one blind tuft of violets.

Her trees, ample and tender at summer were slit and groaning beggars the wind went through: the sun that clothed and companied her angel: what fierce looks from him, and scant comfort now! Mother: because the ungracious season did not rise — at your footfall, for knowledge of whom you carried, — leap cliffs with roses, melt the tigerlike ice into tame brooks for you — because north wind blew and summer hid — enter stilly my heart whose winter your footfall breaks all apart. III Like a waterfall, from what height falling he came to her; falling, filling her body.

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