A poetry reading to end the year

John O’Donohue has become our official 2020 poet – he has so much to say about life, faith, doubt and had more than his fair share of wisdom. He has been my guide for this year of years. This is a reading of ‘At the End of the Year’ from To Bless the Space Between Us (2008).

Wishing you and yours a blessed New Year filled, most of all, with hope. 2021 – we’re counting on you!

5 Replies to “A poetry reading to end the year”

  1. Oh Susan this was absolutely beautiful, just perfect, and as ever beautifully read.
    A reminder that this year has been good too, there has been much to be glad about. I look forward to more from shedwriting in 2021 , thank you.

  2. Thank-you for all of this, Susan, and your & Chris’s inestimable contribution to our church community this past year!

  3. Thanks so much for flagging up John O’Donohue. As you say, he has so much wisdom and such insight into our humanity. He speaks particularly to transition times in life…… I’m sure you have read ‘For New Beginings’ but if not, pay it a visit.

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