Pádraig Ó Tuama reads Christian Wiman's poem "All My Friends Are Finding New Beliefs" on his podcast "Poetry Unbound."
Upload Date: Apr 01, 2021
Pádraig Ó Tuama reads Christian Wiman's poem "All My Friends Are Finding New Beliefs" on his podcast "Poetry Unbound." In his poem, Wiman discusses the changes that his friends are undergoing over time and why holding onto love for them is what will ground him as the world inevitably continues to evolve.
all my friends are finding new beliefs. This one converts to Catholicism and this 12 trees in a highly literary and hitherto religiously indifferent ju God wants on like a genetic generator. Paleo Keto Zone South Beach Bourbon exercise regimens so extreme she merges with machine. One man marries a woman 20 years younger and twice in one brunch uses the word verdant another as brick fisted belligerence, gentles into dementia and one after a decade of finical faints and teases like a sandpiper at the edge of the sea decides to die. Priest hoods and beast hoods, som burgers and glee's high styled denunciations and allocations of dirt. Sobriety is satiety is pilgrimages to the very bowels of being. All my friends are finding new beliefs, and I am finding it harder and harder to keep track of the new guards and the new loves and the old gods and the old loves. And the days have daggers and the mirrors, motives and the planets turning faster and faster in the blackness and my nights and my doubts and my friends, my beautiful, credible friends