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Rhymes and Reasons
Poetic commentary on current events.
by Greg Asimakoupoulos
Published every Friday.
929 Articles
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Taking Cues from a Tiny Giant
Honoring the legacy of Seth Cook.
July 6, 2007
Listening to Freedom's Cry
Something to ponder this 4th of July.
June 29, 2007
Gordon Brown's Dilemma
How will Britain's new Prime Minister vote on Iraq?
June 26, 2007
The New Ten Commandments
God's rules of the road a la Rome.
June 22, 2007
That Certain Someone
A father's love is a universal longing.
June 15, 2007
The Father of the Bride
Advice to Coach Holmgren from his pastor
June 8, 2007
Dr. Death is Free
But the price of his parole may prove costly.
June 5, 2007
A Prayer for Joe Anzack's Parents
Memorial Day observances continue.
June 1, 2007
Don't Take Memorial Day for Granted
Granite headstones deserve to be decorated.
May 25, 2007
Graze Anatomy
Not all appetites are created equal.
May 18, 2007
A Farewell to Falwell
Remembering a Religious Icon
May 15, 2007
With Praise for the Queen Mom
Heralding one mother's regal worth.
May 11, 2007
The National Daze of Prayer
What's left after the Christian Right prays?
May 4, 2007
Sticks and Stones (and Hurtful Words)
Lessons from a less-than smart Alec.
April 27, 2007
Praying for a Sick Mother
Earth Day Reflections on Global Warming.
April 20, 2007
Life is Like "The Boston"
There's more to a marathon than meets the eye.
April 17, 2007
You Don't Know Jack
Ignorance to what Jackie Robinson did 60 years ago.
April 13, 2007
Good Friday Now and Then
Looking at the past through the lens of the present.
April 6, 2007
Take Me Out to the Ballgame (Revisited)
A needed diversion from a non-ending war.
April 3, 2007
The Road Less Traveled
A directionally-challenged poet's Lenten reflections.
March 30, 2007
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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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