Joshua Gregory was born in Philadelphia and raised in New Jersey and Vermont. He attended Swarthmore College as a first generation student and matriculated from Harvard Divinity School with his Masters of Divinity in 2019. He is currently a poetry editor for Peripheries at the Center for the Study of World Religions (CSWR) at Harvard University […]
Finite things circumvent themselves: the kenosis sped-up by losses (calyx-like blood clot, storm cloud spreading its feathery arms to engulf the ocean…) Ah, to break like you, dawn red water. The living keep moving, if only within themselves; a piece that won’t keep still, chooses instead to come apart.