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Boxers in Brief Rebellion

Written by: on June 26, 2018

Given permission to write this week’s post about Boxers and Saints, by Gene Luen Yang, in Haiku form, that’s what I am doing!

 

Saint of Four Girl faith,

Martyred at Little Bao’s hand;

Champions, at what cost?

 

And with that, the final blog post for my DMin coursework is complete! I will continue to post at kristinwithoutamap.wordpress.com. If you stop by that site in the next few months, you may even see some of my DMin posts re-posted there!

Love to you all,

Kristin

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Kristin Hamilton

10 responses to “Boxers in Brief Rebellion”

  1. mm Jennifer Dean-Hill says:

    Kristin- great poem. Potent and concise. Love it and reminds me a bit of mine.

    Congrats on your blog. I’ll have to check in on it. We’re done!!!!

    • Kristin Hamilton says:

      Thanks Jen. I wish I had thought to do multiple stanzas like you did! It took me way too long to boil everything down to three lines. 🙂

  2. mm Katy Drage Lines says:

    Bookmarking your new (old) site and looking forward to continuing our Sevens conversations with you there.

    • Kristin Hamilton says:

      Thanks Katy! It makes me sad that this venue is ending, but I’m looking forward to new venues of conversation.

  3. Lynda Gittens says:

    Champions at what cost?

    We have lost so many good people fighting for justice, seeking to do good things for others, and more.
    I am reminded of Dietrich Bonhoeffer book The Cost of Discipleship. One of his quotes, “When Christ calls a man, he bids him come and die.”

    • Kristin Hamilton says:

      I thought about that too, Lynda. So many have died for the cause of Christ. Can I say I’m ready and willing to do the same? I don’t know yet.

  4. Mary Walker says:

    Kristin, what a finale!!
    Thanks for the link. I’ll copy it.
    I am glad we read these last 3 books; it will make our trip to Hong Kong so much more interesting.
    God bless you until then.

  5. Jim Sabella says:

    Thanks, Kristin!

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