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3/30: Meg Day

A little late today, but that is fitting given the title of this poem. Today we read "vespers" by Meg Day.

All of Meg's work, to me, calls the individual spirituality into the room. In this poem, the line "holy is what happens when there is nothing between your belief and what you do"

Use that line to drive this poem. What is your holy? What is united in your holy moments?

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