Tag: parenthood

Un-faith-Ful

Here is the third thought-provoking piece by Mike Filce, our guest poet for the month of May. We just don’t know, where all this confidence — where these small victories over perceived obstacles and foes, over fabricated challenges — will take us, but we…

Sons and Daughters

Our guest poet Mike Filce brings us a piece this week about a poignant parenting perspective. Sons and daughters A daughter caring, nurturing, nothing to please to serve, even her brother – who has already learned that he’s the type girls will want to…

Spoken Word: Disability in Poetry

Today Friday posts are back! And we’re giving you a nice serving of spoken word on the topic of disability. Mindy brings to us her gift of spoken poems. Her first poem, “Gabriel’s Death,” outlines the heart-wrenching difficulties being a parent of a child with…