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Here is an essay by my friend, poet Spencer Reece, who is an Episcopal priest, currently living in Madrid. He worked at an orphanage in Honduras, the “murder capital of the world,” teaching poetry to girls who were residents of Our Little Roses, an orphanage.  Writing poetry was a daring venture, against all odds. What difference can poetry possibly make in our lives? Much less the lives of abandoned girls in a Third World country? Please read this beautiful story.

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