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posted by Bill | 7:36 PM
a haiku in its pure (clear?) form :)
Thank you, Iris.
a sensible thing to do, i reckon...another gem in the series.
Thanks, Polona. About all we can do.
There is so much poetry inherent in the religious ritual of the Vatican it's hard to know where to start and stop - but you've caught a number of moments wonderfully recently!
Behind all the pomp and ceremony the Church needs a clear head, that's for sure.Adelaide
I'm really enjoying this series of haiku
Yes, Jem, the Church knows how to get our attentionAnd, yes, Adelaide, a clear head would certainly be a blessing. As one who went to school to the Jesuits, I have hopes but no illusions.Thanks, Juliet, that's good to know.
Wait and see ! That's my devise, too. First impressions are not too bad, but..."by their fruit you will recognize them"...
There's a lot to like in how he's proceeded so far.But so far is only so far. As you say, Monika, wait and see. And, if you are so inclined, pray.
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