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Malcolm Guite
priest, poet, rock'n'roller. I play in Mystery Train, and am chaplain at glorious Girton College Cambridge.
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Graham Kings 23h
The Remarriage of and | and Wisdom in ⁩. Thanks. Ponder also Thomas ‘“You never enjoy the world aright, till the Sea itself floweth in your veins, till you are clothed with the heavens... 1/2
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Church of England in Parliament 23h
"What we are called to do in this country, deeply embedded in our Christian culture and history, is to act justly and honestly. We cannot do so if we openly speak of breaking a treaty under international law". speaking in the Lords today on the
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A.T. Roycroft Oct 19
Nothing in my experience is more important about the writing of poems than that they should surprise you; that while you are submitting to their rigorous demands of rhythms and sounds they find a way of saying things you never meant to say or never knew you knew. -Anne Stevenson
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Malcolm Guite 20h
Replying to @JayHulmePoet
Congratulations will remember you in prayers when I light candles and celebrate the Eucharist on Sunday 25th
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Malcolm Guite 22h
Excellent poem. Thanks for the intro Sally
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Malcolm Guite 23h
Brilliant. Can we put in charge of all national briefings from now on!
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Graham Kings 23h
Nourishing Connections: A free evening discussing , & with ⁦⁩, David F. Ford, ⁦ Tickets, Sat, Oct 24, 2020 at 7:00 PM
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Malcolm Guite 24h
Replying to @FrDidymus @TheAlma1
Thanks. There are a few videos that do actually have that song out there somewhere. I loved playing at the Alma!
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Malcolm Guite Oct 19
Replying to @theabingdontaxi
yes, next time I'm in Oxford I must let you know in advance and make sure its your taxi I pick up!
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Malcolm Guite Oct 19
I entirely misread this as 'your poet' - 'your poet is allowed to sleep on your bed' 'sit on your sofa' etc. It all made perfect sense!
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Tom McLeish Oct 19
Why poetry and science need to come together once more, why this matters for the recognition of imagination in science, and how their relation is theological
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Malcolm Guite Oct 19
Replying to @malcolmguite
actually it was my song Angels Unawares not the Green Man (brain not in gear!)
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Malcolm Guite Oct 19
Ive just been reminded, via a lovely little video of happy times discussing , the et al. and the whole thing is set to my song the happy days
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~jbem~ Oct 18
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Malcolm Guite Oct 18
Replying to @roycroftpoetry
thanks!
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A.T. Roycroft Oct 18
Such a blessing from ’s library:
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Malcolm Guite Oct 18
The voiceless find their voice in every word And, with Our Lady, magnify Our Lord. A Sonnet for 's Day via
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Malcolm Guite Oct 18
He breathes good news to all who bear a burden Good news to all who turn and try again, The meek rejoice and prodigals find pardon, A lost thief reaches paradise through pain, A Sonnet for 's Day via
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Malcolm Guite Oct 18
I think if you RT the praise of other people’s works you can, in the same spirit, RT praise of your own. The praiseworthy should be praised!
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C. Berry ☩ Oct 18
If one can have a personal favorite Gospel... the Gospel of Luke is it for me.
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