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Now available from Lulu Press,
JANE BEAL’s new poetry collection:

TRANSFIGURATION

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“Jane’s perspective, from being an international midwife and a talented writer, gives rise to the absolutely beautiful poems contained in this little book. She incorporates sweetly the people she has served in her birth practice and travels. She also teaches us some midwifery along the way! Jane’s great faith in our Lord adds so much to this labor-of-love volume. I highly recommend this book. It should be in the possession of all midwives and mothers.”

Jan Tritten
Editor of Midwifery Today
Author of Birth Wisdom, Vol. 1 & 2

“Birth is sacred experience: a time when the formless takes form.  In Jane Beal’s new book, Transfiguration: A Midwife’s Birth Poems, we are taken through beautiful poetic form, closer to the spirit of birth. We feel both joy and grief. But who are we to question the ways of the spirit? As much as we try to understand birth, its mystery remains a miracle – and that is what draws us into Transfiguration.”

Cathy Daub
President of BirthWorks International
Author of Birthing in the Spirit

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Mockingbird in Love

by Jane Beal

now appears in Chantwood Magazine 2 (May 2016)

(page 43!)

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“You are about to begin the adventure of the Unicorn”

Hildegard von Bingen

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Thy Will

by Hillary Scott

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The Midwife’s Riddle

Q: what breaks the little girl’s heart?
A: the father who abandons her

Q: what breaks the woman’s heart?
A: the man who betrays her love

Q: what breaks the mother’s heart?
A: the baby who dies

Are any of these things God’s will?
I doubt it.

jb

Eph. 5:15-21

 

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Angel-Swing

by Jane Beal

in now available in

Kikwetu: A Journal of East African Literature

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My God, I am so tired.

But what was cut away from me
is growing back.

Give me strength in my blindness.

If I push down these pillars,
the roof will come down on my enemies.

O Lord, this is my last act of worship.

jb

samson

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