Friday, October 18, 2013

On Holiness, Dentists and the Wash

by Jen Hunt, from the archives

It’s not as if being set apart
Is always bad
After all, I do it with my Christmas baubles
And my laundry
Nobody I know views their dentist sideways
Simply because he doesn’t share his tools with
The podiatrist
How we got to the point where
Any effort to be holy
Is deemed holier-than-thou
I don’t know