As we continue our Holy Week journey, this poem by Graham Kings can aid our reflection and contemplation of the mystery.

Gethsemane and the Trinity


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  1. Eugene R. Schlesinger

    It’s entirely possible that this poem was in mind when this blurb was written:
    ‘I particularly enjoy the way the poems of Graham Kings chime with those of George Herbert, setting the ordinary and the slight with the strange and permanent. I value the emphasis on the strangeness of God.’ — Dame Gillian Beer FBA, Emeritus Professor of English Literature, University of Cambridge


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