Poet Steve Rhodes Has New Website

Steve Rhodes, long-time member of Union Church and respected author and poet, has a brand new website highlighting his poems and essays. Steve’s spiritual and insightful words have touched many, as have his many contributions to the church life. He and wife, Ann Rhodes, have retired to Charleston, SC, but will always be part of our faith family. IMG_2513.JPG

Click Here To Visit:  http://www.jstephenrhodes.com

Categories News, The Arts | Tags: | Posted on July 2, 2015

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2 Comments

  1. by Guy Patrick

    On July 20, 2015

    Steve,

    I think I had a momentary poetic experience and believe I have become a one poem poet.
    And like all poets wanting to share their oeuvre, I couldn’t think of anyone but you who might appreciate it.
    If I should need to add footnotes (like T.S. Eliot) in case the quotes weren’t recognized in a couple of hundred years, they would reference Paul and Dag. And then, of course, some future critic will note the influences of John of the Cross and well, maybe, Emily Dickenson.

    Before and impenetrable dark
    Before and invisible gate
    “I live and move and have my being”
    And wait, and wait, and wait.

    And while I wait
    I weep and bless:
    “For all that has been–Thanks,
    For all that will be–Yes”.

    I read yours again, (Things. . .) and felt the pain of your loss.

    Hope you are well,

    Guy Patrick

  2. by Guy Patrick

    On July 20, 2015

    Steve,

    I think I had a momentary poetic experience and believe I have become a one poem poet.
    And like all poets wanting to share their oeuvre, I couldn’t think of anyone but you who might appreciate it.
    If I should need to add footnotes (like T.S. Eliot) in case the quotes weren’t recognized in a couple of hundred years, they would reference Paul and Dag. And then, of course, some future critic will note the influences of John of the Cross and well, maybe, Emily Dickenson.

    Before and impenetrable dark
    Before and invisible gate
    “I live and move and have my being”
    And wait, and wait, and wait.

    And while I wait
    I weep and bless:
    “For all that has been–Thanks,
    For all that will be–Yes”.

    I read yours again, (Things. . .) and felt the pain of your loss.

    Hope you are well,

    Guy Patrick

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