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April 13, 2020


Bob MacDonald

Thank you for this excellent series. Herbert has been a favorite poet of mine since I studied the metaphysical poets at school 55 years ago. I gradually awakened to his poetry as a singer, but never have I been so well taught as this year by you in this so apt commentary on our situation. Your gift will be treasured by me and by many others.

Jim Gordon

Thank you for your encouragement and generous words Bob. I found the series grew in ways I hadn't anticipated. At times the relevance of Herbert's thought and images to our current crisis was at times uncanny. I hope you are well, and keeping safe. Grace and peace from Scotland.

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