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Rhymes and Reasons
Poetic commentary on current events.
by Greg Asimakoupoulos
Published every Friday.
1029 Articles
 
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The Cross is Our Ground Zero
Why the cross is the crux of our faith
September 17, 2021
A Score Recalled
Remembering September 11th twenty years later
September 10, 2021
A Symphony Heard Around the World
Remembering September 2, 1945
September 3, 2021
We Cry for Justice
Uniting Christ followers in a biblical cause
August 27, 2021
When Life Becomes a Maze
How to respond to the headlines
August 20, 2021
Twelve Steps
What it takes to walk free
August 13, 2021
But Wait! There's More!
Ron Popeil's death prompts thoughts of eternal life
August 6, 2021
More Than Gold
Pressing the pause button in order to play
July 30, 2021
Coming Together in Tokyo
The most important race in the Olympics
July 23, 2021
Weather by the Book
What the Bible has to say about our climate (and so much more)
July 16, 2021
When Life Collapses Unexpectedly
Reflecting on the condo collapse in South Florida
July 9, 2021
America Once Beautiful
New lyrics to a familiar tune
July 2, 2021
The Unmasked Bandit
Reflecting on a year of being held hostage
June 25, 2021
A Prodigal Father's Day
The patient, persistent, unconditional love of our Heavenly Father
June 18, 2021
My Girl Friday
A toast to all administrative assistants
June 11, 2021
Two Giant Hands in Tulsa
Praying for forgiveness and healing
June 4, 2021
To a Field of Dreams
Memorial Day ponderings
May 28, 2021
Don't Mask! Don't Tell!
It's about time for about face
May 21, 2021
Liz Cheney's Not Lon Chaney
Why recent events on Capitol Hill resemble a horror show
May 14, 2021
A Mothers' Day Hymn
Remembering our moms with gratitude to our Heavenly Father
May 7, 2021
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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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Most Popular Rhymes and Reasons
Recipe for a Grateful Heart
Food for thought on Thanksgiving Day.
November 28, 2002
Paw Prints in My Heart
A final conversation with my dog the day that Kandi died.
July 14, 2006
Going to the Gone
A checklist for Memorial Day.
May 23, 2008
Take Me Out to the Ballgame
Why the seventh-inning-stretch song is more than just a song
October 20, 2005
Mother's Hands
Recalling fingers that modeled faith
May 6, 2011


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