Part II: In a Dark Time, the Eye Begins to See

Introducing different ways of looking at our situation, and considering how we might change
our outlook and expectations in order to find peace.
(Selected titles are links to the poem texts.)

John O’Donohue     For a Friend, on the Arrival of Illness

Theodore Roethke     In a Dark Time

Walt Whitman     I think I could turn and live with animals

Dannie Abse     A Wall

Tomas Transtromer     Tracks

Walt Whitman     A noiseless patient spider

Mary Oliver     Wild Geese

Rainer Maria Rilke     Sunset

William Blake     Man was made for Joy & Woe

Ella Wheeler Wilcox     from Solitude

St Paul     Love is…

Robert Frost     Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

 

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Through Corridors of Light

Poems of Consolation in Time of Illness

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