Tag Archives: Wendell Berry

To My Mother

By | May 14, 2017

TO MY MOTHER I was your rebellious son, do you remember? Sometimes I wonder if you do remember, so complete has your forgiveness been. So complete has your forgiveness been I wonder sometimes if it did not precede my wrong, and I erred, safe found, within your love, prepared ahead of me, the way home, or my bed… Read More »

TO THINK OF THE LIFE OF A MAN

By | October 22, 2016

TO THINK OF THE LIFE OF A MAN In a time that breaks in cutting pieces all around, when men, voiceless against thing-ridden men, set themselves on fire, it seems too difficult and rare to think of the life of a man grown whole in the world, at peace and in place. But having thought of it I… Read More »