Sunday Service: Hope is the Thing with Feathers that Perches in the Soul

 

Sunday, August 30th                  Hope is the Thing with Feathers that Perches in the Soul              Deborah Casey

A look at the poetry of Emily Dickinson in light of our current uncertainty. Emily Dickinson lived a reclusive life in Amherst, MA, during our country’s most divisive period, and her poems speak to the experience of isolation and discord. However, her poetry also reflects points of intersection and unity, celebrating the beauty of nature and the power of the human spirit.

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