Laura Cerbus

reflections at the intersection of theology, culture, and the quotidian


March 2018

Mending Pile

There’s a pile in my closet:                 a skirt too small,                 a shirt too stained,                 pants too… Continue Reading →

Plum Harvest

The abundance of plums won’t be harvested easily. Not a child anymore, I grasp the branches, hoisting myself with one grunting pull up into the leaves. Cobwebs cling to my hair and face, dead branches scrape at my arms, a… Continue Reading →

Melbourne Autumn

Autumn is creeping in. Here, she forgoes the loud parade: the trees unfurling their flags in bold reds, yellows, and oranges; the trumpet blasts of football crowds the twirling of rakes, the gentle music of crisp leaves, skittering and scraping… Continue Reading →

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