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Pedestrian Dialectics By Robert Repenning
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Pedestrian Dialectics is the name of my new work of poetry. Although, several of these poems have found employment elsewhere, and in perhaps altered permutations, the poems as they appear in this... More > volume form one cohesive bond. This is a poetic laboratory notebook. Usually my final copies prior to typing them into the computer are collected in a notebook. The form that this is presented in, resembles one of my notebooks, with only the slightest of omissions. I maintained the handwritten aspect. I like my handwriting, and I think it is pretty neat. However, it is also a tool of expression. Sometimes the way the script lies on the page can dictate the direction a poem is going in. And then there are times when the meaning may be obscured by an unclear word. This allows the reader freedom to apply editorial judgments where the reader may see fit.< Less
Tenebrae By Robert Repenning
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Tenebrae is the Solemn Liturgy of the Hours of the Easter Triduum. This public prayer of the Catholic Church consists of the Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for Holy Thursday, Good Friday and... More > Holy Saturday. In addition to the solemn prayer of the Divine Office is the singing of the Lamentations of Jeremiah. This book was assembled, arranged and designed by Father Robert B. Repenning of the Archdiocese of New York and based on the work of Father Anthony Sorgie and the seminarians of St. Joseph's Seminary in Yonkers, New York.< Less
Tenebrae By Robert Repenning
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Tenebrae is the Solemn Liturgy of the Hours of the Easter Triduum. This public prayer of the Catholic Church consists of the Office of Readings and Morning Prayer for Holy Thursday, Good Friday and... More > Holy Saturday. In addition to the solemn prayer of the Divine Office is the singing of the Lamentations of Jeremiah. This book was assembled, arranged and designed by Father Robert B. Repenning of the Archdiocese of New York and based on the work of Father Anthony Sorgie and the seminarians of St. Joseph's Seminary in Yonkers, New York.< Less