Fr. ALBERT JUNGERS

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 UNTITLED
Shed of wares
Shed of tares
Shed of tears
Tear sheer wear
Everywhere,
Wearily shed.

POET’S PROFILE
Father Albert Jungers, Priest, Poet and Teacher, has created a masterful work in Journey To Evensong. His poetry is expressive and moving in many ways.

As a Priest, his work elegantly illustrates his deep faith in God and in His Mercy. As a man of compassion, his poetry speaks on a multitude of topics here on Earth, inspiring a love for knowledge in children and young adults. He also writes of his wife, family and cats in soaring love poems and humorous verbal illustrations of life.

Fr. Jungers writes of Nature as well. He is filled with appreciation for life and for God’s gifts to Humankind.

He shows his serious side in his poems about the suffering of Third World populations, unequal treatment and injustice wherever it may be found, political corruption and hypocrisy of world leaders.

Once in a while, readers are amazed and amused by his humorous, yet serious wordplay messages, based on his long life experience.

EDITOR’S NOTE:
Fr. Albert Jungers is a poet with a different approach to poetry. He is like a father to members of the WRRPoetry family. He is patient and very much accessible and more that a few members have had their writing life, if not all their lives, affected by this great man.

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    1. Kukogho Iruesiri Samson – Abuja, Nigeria – I am a media professional with experience in multimedia journalism, book publishing, content creation, web management, public relations, media relations, social media management, and client relationship management. My interests include multi-platform content creation and management, media relations, digital and print publishing, and youth-oriented social services. I am open to middle-level positions in organizations that encourage innovation.
      Kukogho Samson says:

      And I love it…do you know that I see your poems going towards that path?

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