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Home Beneath the Church - Poetry Collection - A Mini Review

You know that feeling when your emotions and feelings just received a jolt and are now on the fritz? It is a feeling when your quiet thoughts and aching memories find a similar soul to speak the same language. That is how Home Beneath the Church by Lauren Davis feels for me: a meeting of feeling and energy beyond any spoken word. But this is a mini review, and this poetry collection is very much full of words, experiences, word play, and something mystical. Maybe even divine. The poetry collection is broken up into three sections. Other than being a division of the poems, there is almost very little difference between each section. This is not necessarily a bad thing. Just a bit of nuance from an editorial perspective. A bit of the poems are more prose poems, there are a few rhyming gems such as "But Most of All". Theologically, there are snippets of the Christ story where Davis reinterprets Mary, the woman who anoints Jesus's feet, as a mother. There is something so bea

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Happy end of 2021! Whoa, has it been a year. I'm finishing my final year at seminary. I think I had a whole year of whirlwind romances and a whole year of crafts and other artistic ventures. Spotify wrapped has shown me that I'm really into the Kaiser Chiefs right now, which I highly recommend you check out!

I'm so out of practice in blogging, but I got some sweet pics for y'all. Into the new year I will have two e-books out (print books pending). The first is a collection of short erotica. Soul's Dance & Other Erotica is available on Amazon Kindle for your reading purposes. The second book is Old Horizons a collection of poetry that is rather dark. Okay, just sad. Definitely one of the bigger poetry collections in my repertoir.

Additionally, I have created a print-on-demand stickers and t-shirt page over at Spring (formerly known as TeeSpring). Check out MxSxV Shop for some really cute designs.

So what happens next? New year; new me? I hope so. Not sure who this new me will be yet. I'm definitely looking forward to meet whatever the new year brings for me. I will have two semesters left at seminary. I will hopefully start my summer plans with a bang (more on that later!) Overall, I'm just waiting for where the wind will lead.

What about you? New year; new you? What are you up to?

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