Malcolm Guite is actually Revd. Malcolm Guite, Anglican priest, chaplain and teacher at the University of Cambridge. He is also a poet, musician and singer-songwriter whose wild hair and beard make me think he's channeling his inner John the Baptizer! Add to that...he is a member of an R&B band that plays gigs in the Cambridge area. My kind of guy! I ordered his book that you see here. It's full of his sonnets that give deeper meaning to the seasons of the church year.
The best part about finding Revd. Guite's website, though, is his blog and audio page. For me, poetry is best appreciated when it's heard. Read aloud, it takes on meaning and nuances that go missing when you just read it to yourself. Not all poets read their poetry to my liking, however. Have you ever heard any old tapes of Robert Frost or Carl Sandburg reading? Their voices are so heavy and lugubrious; I like poetry read with some zip, some feeling. Hearing Revd. Guite read his sonnets is a soothing, meditative experience. If you're more into serious theology, he also has audio of lessons he's taught and sermons delivered with many links to other theological and spiritual sources. I highly recommend that you give him a try.
PS...Guite rhymes with 'quite.'