April is National Poetry Month and as fine a time as ever to salute and to savor the sacred poetry of some of our favorite poets. We will present a new poem every day this month for your pleasure and spiritual enrichment. The link below each poem takes you to our review of the book where we found it so you can go deeper into this rich source of inspiration and nourishment.

— Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat

April 1: Earth, Sister Earth by Dom Helder Camara
April 2: The Way They Held Each Other by Mira
April 3: A Cushion for Your Head by Daniel Ladinsky as Hafiz
April 4: Annunciation by Marie Howe
April 5: Just Stop by Baba Afdal Kashani
April 6: That Passeth All Understanding by Denise Levertov
April 7: Summing Up by Claribel Alegria
April 8: After the Sea by John O'Donohue
April 9: The First Book by Rabindranath Tagore
April 10: The Clay Jug by Kabir
April 11: White Apples by Donald Hall
April 12: In the World by Brigid Lowry
April 13: A poem on Love by Kabir
April 14: Remember by Joy Harjo
April 15: Nothing Much by Allison Harris
April 16: A poem on silence by Baisao
April 17: Peonies at Dusk by Jane Kenyon
April 18: Reasons to Meditate by Lisa Cullen
April 19: The First Book by Rita Dove
April 20: A poem on abundance by St. Catherine of Siena
April 21: Soil by Richard H. Goodwin
April 22: Seeking Your Trace by Fakhr al-Din Iraqi
April 23: Vision by May Thielgaard Watts
April 24: A poem on devotion by Mary Lou Kownacki
April 25: A poem on kindness by Margaret Jain
April 26: A poem on transformation by Hugh Robert Orr
April 27: What Does Light Talk About? by St. Thomas Aquinas
April 28: Love Is by May Swenson
April 29: Leisure by W. D. Davies
April 30: Gift by Czeslaw Milosz