Monday, August 19, 2019
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The race

Year 7 student Tewesta Hussein shares a poem—and an important reminder—about pressing on.

Illuminate

Sunset paints pink, then magenta, then navy blue up the sky At twilight she points her telescope and waits with eyes lifted high The realm of...

Love

A small poem about the "greatest of these".

Let the children

Jesus loves the little children . . .

For grandmothers

Jarrod Stackelroth pens a touching poem to his late grandmother, Anne Agnes Ferguson.

Thanks Mum

A Mother's Day poem.

Is there hope for hip-hop?

I’ve been listening to poetry lately; powerful poems, written from the heart, asking big questions. Surprisingly, I’ve found these poems embedded in hip-hop songs.

The least

Sara Thompson is a Bachelor of Arts student at Avondale College of Higher Education. This poem won the Signs Publishing Company prize for best original written piece at the Manifest Creative Arts Festival 2012.

Looking forward and looking back

I was looking through the final RECORD for the year (then the Australasian Union Record) published in 1912—100 years ago. A poem by an R L Johnson caught my eye on page 5.

There is a darkness

Yesterday’s devotion about the lamp and not hiding your light got me thinking.
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