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Rhymes and Reasons
Poetic commentary on current events.
by Greg Asimakoupoulos
Published every Friday.
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Let the Little Children Come
Pondering the border situation
July 11, 2014
America the Colorful
A July 4th prayer
July 4, 2014
Sipping from a Common Cup
How our World Cup team unites our nation
June 27, 2014
Arms Outstretched to Welcome the World
The Jesus statue over Rio is more than meets the eye
June 20, 2014
A Well-Deserved Day
A tribute to our fathers; PLUS, Longing to Hear "I Love You"
June 13, 2014
A Long Day at the Beach
Remembering D-Day 70 years later
June 6, 2014
Finding Courage When Tragedy Strikes
Reflecting on the shooting spree at my alma mater
June 6, 2014
A Tribute to Moody's Mike Kellogg
Saying farewell to an all-night friend, PLUS, The Caged Bird is Finally Free
May 30, 2014
Take a Walk in a Park
It's an exercise in patriotism and gratitude
May 23, 2014
Grandsons of Norway Take Pride
A 17th of May salute
May 16, 2014
The Mother of All Nurturers
A Mothers Day tribute; PLUS, The Guilty is Set Free
May 9, 2014
A May Prayer
Do-able options for the coming month
May 1, 2014
Haunted by the Headlines
A post-Easter prayer
April 25, 2014
The Kingdom Restored
How King Jesus deposed an imposter called death
April 18, 2014
A Personal Look at Palm Sunday
What the eyes of faith reveal
April 11, 2014
The Tulips Trumpet an Easter Tune
The Skagit Valley offers hope to the heartbroken of Oso
April 4, 2014
A Prayer for Oso
Calling on the Creator for those impacted by the mudslide
March 28, 2014
Looking for the Lost
The search for a missing airliner and those far from God
March 21, 2014
It Takes a Team
The key to winning the Iditarod sled dog race
March 14, 2014
Let's Give it Up for Lent!
Slowing down to fast
March 6, 2014
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Author Bio:  Greg Asimakoupoulos
Greg Asimakoupoulos has been called America's pastor/poet laureate. He is the author of Sunday Rhymes and Reasons, the latest book published by The Partial Observer. This much-anticipated release is a collection of his most popular inspirational poetry and features many of Greg's Rhymes and Reasons weekly columns on the P O website. A prolific writer, he has ten other books to his credit and has written more than three hundred magazine articles. In 2000 Greg began writing weekly poetic commentaries to help pastors reference current events in their church communications. His Sunday Soundbytes gave way to Rhymes and Reasons in 2003. "I view my weekly poems for The Partial Observer as political cartoons comprised of word pictures," Greg admits. "I intentionally incorporate hyperbole into my word-play in order to provoke discussion or to make a point. I am a poetical commentator."

Greg Asimakoupoulos (pronounced AWESOME-ah-COPE-ah-less) is an ordained minister, freelance writer and newspaper columnist. He and his wife, Wendy, have three daughters and live on Mercer Island, Washington.

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