Poems by Brother Ollie: the Tired Monk
Oh, how lovely! And I love the image of St Francis.
My confirmation name is Frances, Ollie. Lovely images in this one.Pamela
I love that vow of Teresa. I've read The Dharma bums more times than I care to remember. Ah, the follies of youth!I find I can only relate to broken saints.
I love the words, the images, but I don't understand the allusions.
sounds like a tea party of the blessed after a sunday ordinance :)
you need all kinds eh?
clever, interesting and beautiful. xxxj
I like the addition of St. Teresa's flowers. So lovely.
Just the title, alone, conjures such vivid pictures. Nice one.
Wouldn't that be an interesting gossip session, or maybe a card game. Nice one.
Lovely words.Anna :o]
Sit, chat and laugh sounds good to me...
Now that's a motley crew! St. Christopher struggling across the raging river, St. Patrick driving the snakes from Ireland, Ste. Therese, the little flower, and the St. Jack of Paul Theroux fame?Very creative, minimalist, and cryptic. Love it!
St. Jack ain't whack. Kerouac. Oh yeah. Beans on an open fire holiness.
Superb, sparse-line-effective work.
Thanks for helping with the development of Olsonomics.