The Nativity ofJohn the Baptist
Jun 23, 2022 5 Comments
JB: proto-hippie way back to the land first-come local foodie first-serving wild-crafted honey and free-range locusts hot stuff in non-sweatshop ethically sourced dromedary apparel he's a Huck Finn friend of rivers he's a John Muir man of mountains as thorough as Thoreau in his wilderness meditations forerunning, forethinking forever pushing change down to simple earth from complex clouds he's taken the pulse of the nation and hears its heart murmur his fire and brimstone don't miss a beat he's big gone viral head of the hit parade marching with blasting brass into the Jordan but now he's winding down getting smaller making room for brighter sun JB: you must've seen him if you haven't take a look before he's gone.
Susanne PruePosted at 07:42h, 23 June
Love it!! Will share with my sisters.
Blessings And Happy Feast of JB.
Peter BissonPosted at 09:21h, 23 June
Thank you very much Greg!
Connie ShawPosted at 11:52h, 23 June
I think I saw JB watering the community gardens at Loyola House.
Thanks for the perspective Greg.
Elizabeth BryantPosted at 13:01h, 23 June
Cool. One of my very favourite saints. God Bless!
Jim RaddePosted at 14:42h, 23 June
All hail to a free-range poet.