Monthly Archives: September 2014

Postcard Poem – Chips and Salsa

         

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Postcard Poem – Sunday Morning Slow Train

                  The postcard…(not Wyoming but even so…)

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Postcard Poem – Continued…

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Poetry Depths Mystery School and Kim Rosen, I want you to know…

Writers, Readers and Poem Lovers out there… I want to let you know about something that has totally captured me over the last year. Kim Rosen and her Poetry Depths work. It is magical. Its not so much about writing … Continue reading

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Postcard Poem – The Morning Window

The postcard:

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Postcard Poem – Stones from Machu Picchu

I’m sitting here this morning poem-less. Nothing moves. No words rise to the surface begging to be written down. I’m holding in my hand a rough gray stone my husband brought me from that sacred mountain in the high Andes … Continue reading

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Postcard Poem – Hummingbird, Tiny Engine

Not a week ago a whole little battalion of hummingbirds, okay, maybe four, were duking it out over the three nectar feeders I have hung around the back yard. I could hear their high-pitched chirping all around. One, a young … Continue reading

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Postcard Poem – Cassiopeia

This morning I walked outside well before dawn to lay the Fire for the ceremony. The Equinox. The day was utterly still under the dark trees. Over me in the western sky hung the constellation Cassiopeia. As I prepared the … Continue reading

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Postcard Poems – We Spoke Then of Loss

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Postcard Poems – Portrait Before Dawn

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