Watching for the Kingfisher Paperback
Poems and Prayers
by Ann Lewin;
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Watching for the Kingfisher
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Watching for the Kingfisher by Ann Lewin was published by Canterbury Press in November 2009 and is our 11106th best seller. The ISBN for Watching for the Kingfisher is 9781853119897.
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Watching For the Kingfisher: Poems and PrayersDiane Morrison, via The Good Book Stall
Originally published in 2004 by Inspire an imprint of Methodist Publishing House.
A collection of blank-verse where prayer and poem meet and merge, spotlighting God both in the ordinary and the mundane where we might miss Him, and in the big occasions where His presence might be masked by custom and religion; both in the sweet and wonderful where praise is easy, and in the bitter and painful where it comes through gritted teeth, if at all. Ann Lewin finds prayer and bird watching similar exercises in patience, stillness, lack of control over the results and the need to be constantly ready for surprises – hence the title – and her work is much used by prayer groups and retreats as well as for private devotion and enjoyment. This new, enlarged edition of Watching for the Kingfisher is one that can be returned to again and again, each time discovering a new and previously overlooked gem. If you appreciate good poetry and have not encountered Ann Lewin before, this is the ideal place to begin an acquaintance.
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Details for Watching for the Kingfisher
|Author / Artist||Ann Lewin|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press (November 2009)|
|Number of Pages||144|
|Page last updated||16th March 2016|