What Is Not a Miracle
by Don Badgley
The poems in What Is Not a Miracle are centered on the spiritual realm or on the natural world—and for the author, these are often indistinguishable. The themes are deeply influenced by his life as a Friend, “Quaker.” Don Badgley offers these poems as a glimpse of one man’s corporeal and spiritual journey. It is his hope that “these small poetic offerings may kindle recognition of the Light within each of us and so affirm the infinite, eternal and unchangeable Ground of Being that is our universal Source.”
About the Author
Don Badgley is a lifetime resident of the Hudson Valley in New York State. Raised in a rural setting in a Quaker family Don is married and the father of two grown daughters. He remains active with the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) and is the presiding clerk of his local Quaker meeting in Poughkeepsie, NY. He continues his now 35-year career as an insurance agent.
Don was encouraged to write poetry by his father and has been writing since his youth. This is his first published collection.