Star of the Sea?
Truth to tell, it’s more
“chapel of the lake”—
but imagination counts
for something. Its very
rose-colored, steepled presence
(heralded by a lone loon)
isn’t expected here
amid the conifers and hardwoods
lining the Sagatagan in the backyard
of the black-robed monks,
themselves imagined into being by
an old-world king mad with romance.
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Gina Dalvesco says
As I read everyone’s experience … I feel our heart and soul see through our eyes. I see nature and all of Gods great wonders through my eye and how blessed to see and hear Gods surroundings he made for us all.