AboutWelcome! My name is Danny Slavich. I am God's child, Laura's husband, Adalyn's daddy, Pembroke Road's pastor, and an adjunct professor. I am glad you are here, whether you are a long-time reader, or Google shot you here randomly. While you are here, look around, read, and converse.
Tag Archives: Poetry
“Obedience”, by Sietze Buning (a pseudonym used by Stanley Wiersma, late professor of English at Calvin College): Were my parents right or wrong not to mow the ripe oats that Sunday morning with the rainstorm threatening? I reminded them that … Continue reading
I think it will survive—the tomato plant on our neighbors’ porch. The wind, the other day, pushed through our valley in mighty gusts, forcing over trees and fences, and devastating the work of the children of man. Our neighbors’ porch … Continue reading
I keep them all in a little black book now, where I write them down, when I see or I hear them; before, before I knew Truth, they came in, settled in, lived, multiplied their bastard children; swept out the … Continue reading
Barnabas’ Lament on the parting with Paul over John-Mark. O Paul! Paul, my dearest friend! Do you remember? How on that dusty road, the Christ, Arisen, came to you in glory? And you were saved and changed, And made a … Continue reading
At my small private elementary school they opened a “store” at Christmas-time. That way, we kids could buy gifts for our parents (with their own money of course) and surprise them with things like an all-in-one adjustable screwdriver or a … Continue reading