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Watching for the Wind

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Seascapes, the flight of seabirds, celtic monks, forgiveness, and wilderness-these form some of the themes of this fourth volume of reflective poems from the pen of monk-poet David Hodges. 'We all need more poetry in our lives, poetry that is accessible and profound, poetry that is prayer, ' writes author Esther de Waal. 'What better place to find this than from a Cisterci ...more
Paperback, 64 pages
Published September 1st 2006 by Cistercian Publications (first published August 22nd 2006)
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Marie Moreton
May 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I have read all of David Hodges books. I re read them all often and have favourite poems in each book. I find all of his books inspiring, uplifting and thought provoking. Often I have used some of David Hodges poems in meditations and devotionals I have done at Tenby Salvation Army.

In this particular bookone of my favorite opems is Unspoilt Beauty.

If you like poetry with some spirituality and food for thought, then I reccommend all of David Hodges books to you. I admire the way he writes and th
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