A tribute to the late poet, featuring “The Church Gardens: A Walk” and “Fidelity.” These poems are woven together on a 36×36-inch canvas in gold, graphite, and acrylic.
The first time I came across the story of the Mennonites of Ak Metchet, I hardly noticed it. I was sixteen then, a student at Lancaster Mennonite School in Pennsylvania, taking the required course in Mennonite history.
Drought pales the dip of meadow coming into view. Treed and ryegrass-covered, this place is unrecognizable as a former rail dump.
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