THE CHILD She can sleep without her Mother, but she doesn't want to.
HOLES Desiree was born with a hole in her heart, the size of an eye.
My heart has a hole, the size of my Mother.
HOME She is what I mean, when I say, I want to go home.
HER WORK AND GLORY The work and glory of the Mother is to bring to pass the immortality and eternal life of Her children.
The work and glory of the Mother is to love.
WHAT THE MOTHER TAUGHT ME Creation is more than procreation.
It is snow, birds, trees, moon, and song.
THE DWELLING Her body is still my home.
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This collections of poems about the feminine divine was written shortly after Rachel Hung Steenblik gave birth, which means it draws heavy inspiration from the roles of child bearing and nursing as sources of closeness to Heavenly Mother. As my life has not included child bearing, my closeness to Her isn't based on those experiences. But like Steenblik says in the introduction, "These are the poems that I could write with my questions, my hurt, my hope, and my reaching. Others could write other poems with theirs. I hope that they will. We need them all. "
I agree. We need them all; images of and yearnings for Heavenly Mother as diverse as Her daught Rachel Hunt Steenblik has stepped into a great Mormon spiritualtheological gap and filled it with a gentle, yet thunderous, sound. The tiny poems of Mother’s Milk reach into the cosmos to deliver a message about the nature of our spiritualdevelopmental origins as children of a Heavenly Mother. These poems occupy a distinguished place as a uniquely Mormon book of wisdom literature, and as such they map a path for our spiritual seeking that contains the guiding hope of one day healing the wounds of her absence.
The daughter seeks the Mother through childhood games, just as the child seeks the earthly mother: PeekaBoo, Marco Polo. Rachel casts the daughters and sons of Mormonism as the Lost Boys and Girls, wishing to see their Mother again, remembering Her. . . .
t I have a lot of mixed feelings and confused thoughts about the Mormon doctrine of Heavenly Mother. (Part of me likes the idea of a divine feminine. Part of me dislikes the reinscription of heterosexuality. It's all wellworn. ) As such, I didn't relate to some of these poems, but some of them sucker punched my heart. I was definitely crying in the car over this book before work this morning. â Lait Maternel ☆ These poems, though tiny, are powerful, amplifying the voices of so many women, named and unnamed, who remind me that I am not alone. This synthesis of theology about Heavenly Mother and yearnings to know more about her is the book I have spent time in my closet crying for, when I asked in prayer, "Where is my Mother?"
I'm not sure I'll be able to express my thoughts on this book very well, but I'll try.
Many of the poems really spoke to me. Many gave me pause for thought. Some I didn't understand. And some made me feel sad because it's how I wish we talked about Heavenly Mother but we never do. Multiple of the verses were turning the scriptures or hymns etc. to be about Heavenly Mother, and it's an interesting thing to think about why we aren't able or encouraged to have that same relationship with her as with Heavenly Father. But it’s not filled with bitterness—it’s more like longing. Longing for that feminine divinity that is such a beautiful and distinctive part of our LDS doctrine—but is so rarely talked about and explored.
What I loved about this book was an aspect of feminism that sometimes gets th This collection of poems is meditative, piercing, poignant, wonderful, lovely. I love poetry for its ability to say so much with so little—to act as a springboard or starting point for introspection and exploring one's own feelings. This book of "poems in search of Heavenly Mother" does just that with the merest of suggestions and musings, coming from Rachel's experiences and stories, and those of others around her. The reframing of familiar scriptural language, the imagery of mothers and mothering, and the patterns in nature and the natural world—all of these things are subtle but remarkable evidences of a Mother in heaven. I loved the Notes section at the end: as suggested further reading, and represen There were several of these (*very*) short poems I really enjoyed, themes and ideas that very much resonated with me. However I think mothers of young children (infants and toddlers) will relate to this book much more than I did. I became a mother when my kids were 6 and 8, and adopted my own mother figures when I was in my twenties. I am not and will not be a biological mother, and have zero relationship with my own biological mother. Am I an outlier, yes. But am I completely unique in my "other" mothering? No. "Other" mothering relationships aren't really shown here, but there are many poems about mothering very small children, and how that relationship is so similar to a Divine Feminine nurturing and mothering us.
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Rachel Hunt Steenblik
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