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A Pocket full of crumbs: A collection of poems

A Pocket full of crumbs: A collection of poems
This collection of poems can be compared to such crumbs from many sources. Poems of strong and well-crafted connections between communities in the West of Scotland and the West Bank Palestinian territories; between prayer and politics; between a lyrical delight in the natural world and down-to-earth living, observed with warmth and humour.
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ISBN/EAN: 9781849524841
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Publisher: Wild Goose Publications
Author: Picard Sutch Jan
Format: Pbk
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Its a terrible habit, Jan Sutch Pickard writes, putting food into my pocket. This keeps happening: where the midpoint of an Iona Community pilgrimage is marked by welcome flapjack; at beach picnics with my family sharing sandy sandwiches. When I was an Ecumenical Observer, a peace monitor, on the West Bank, I was given flatbread from the taboon the earth-oven of my Muslim neighbours; in West Jerusalem, the Women in Black shared cookies at the end of a stressful demonstration; after church in Nablus, Palestinian Christians lingered over coffee: but Im not good at eating and talking. The morsels go into my pocket and later become food for the birds.
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