My Easter poem for 2017 is written in memory of those killed during the Palm Sunday bombings in Tanta and Alexandria, Egypt on April 9, 2017
My Christmas poem for 2016 is an attempt at just that. It’s called “Adventing”. And while, as most things I sit down to write, it became a much different work than I at first imagined, it is my way of entering some of the profound mystery of this season.
The blue heron I watch through the tall grass on my morning walks put me to it. Two poems to welcome the summer.
At his right hand – an Easter poem by Andrew Kooman. March 2016.
Concerning Zechariah is Andrew Kooman’s Christmas Poem for 2015, a reflection on the preamble to Luke’s Christmas account in Luke 2