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BorderLinks Poem in PowerPoint

Tyler Whipkey reads this poignant poem by Orthon Perez (2004) against a background of powerful images as part of the BorderLinks 2011 chapel service.

 

TO THOSE WHO HAVE DIED IN THE DESERT

 

      Click this PowerPoint for sound and images.

 

"In memory of those who went to look for a better life, yet only encountered death..."

 

The full text of the poem is available here in pdf.

 

 "We are a voice that will not be lost on the desert."

 

 

2011 BorderLinks Class Members

Midday Worship

Meinders Chapel, PTS

February 16, 2012

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