By Barbara Campbell
By Barbara Campbell
By Sarah Perrote
By Annelyse Gelman
By Madeleine L'Engle
“I love L’Engle’s poetry for how it incarnates not just the nice Truths of the religion, yet the entire little truths of our usual existence–our operating and taking part in and loving and scuffling with and dreaming and idling and the entire remainder of it–and for how it indicates us that these enormous and little truths will not be, can't, be separated.”
–Carolyn Arends, recording artist and author
“Why is L’Engle one of many defining poets of our time? simply because whilst existence hurts, she doesn't lower from the injuries. She clarifies the murk with desire as we believe the carry of grace.”
–Calvin Miller, Beeson Divinity School
“We are, we all, the richer for this rigorously crafted and prayerfully rendered collection.”
–Phyllis Tickle, writer, The Divine Hours
“Poetry, at the least the sort I write, is written out of quick desire; it's written out of discomfort, pleasure, and adventure too nice to be borne till it's ordered into phrases. after which it really is written to be shared.”
Madeleine L’Engle’s writing has continuously translated the invisible and complicated characteristics of affection into the styles and rhythms of noticeable lifestyles. Now, with compelling language and open-hearted vulnerability, The Ordering of Love brings jointly the exhaustive selection of L’Engle’s poetry for the 1st time.
This quantity collects approximately two hundred of L’Engle’s unique poems, together with eighteen that experience by no means sooner than been released. Reflecting on subject matters of affection, loss, religion, and wonder, The Ordering of Love offers shiny and compelling perception into the language of the heart.
By Cheryl Peele
"Whales migrate, stars rise,
bees are guided to every flower.
Sap flows via each tree
in track to the heart beat of the planets,"
is a quote from the poem "Earthquakes in Our Fingertips."
Here we will be able to locate with pleasure, our courting to the average order of existence on earth.
By Kelita Almond
By Emily Ursuliak
By Emmanuela Duku
By Ella Jules
Un sourire sur nos visages, le temps qui passe, los angeles joie... los angeles vie, quoi ! Sans fards ni artifices, Ella Jules se confie, tout en poésie.
By Arnab Bhattacharya