Monthly Archives: October 2014

Suddenly November – a postcard poem

(postcard by Georgia O’Keeffe  Tan, Orange, Yellow, Lavender, 1959)

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Postcard Poem – This Spare Land

If you could hold the light that rests over this spare land. . . If you could let the silence And the wind be your only cloak… You would be rich with every god ! -wrensong

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Postcard Poem – Owl at Dawn

Owl at dawn in the black walnut, dark heap on a dark branch, calls once, again, then, on those great silent wings, glides so smoothly away. What winged shadow watching follows thru the still trees? -wrensong

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Postcard Poem – Renga to October

For a number of years now my Wednesday Writers group has been engaging in a group practice, a Japanese poem form called a Renga. A Renga consists of a Haiku (a verse withe lines of 5,7,5 sylables), then two lines … Continue reading

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Postcard Poem – Ancestral Arrows

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Postcard Poem – Of Light and Time

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Postcard Poem – The Medicine Woman’s Healthcare Plan

Butterflies flown, brilliant orange blossoms faded and dried on brown stems. Roots pulling the potent sugars down into dark soil. In the end, Esclepias Tuberosa, with all her hidden pharmacopoeia, opens her stiff fingers and sets her medicine free, casts … Continue reading

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Postcard Poem – Choose Yes!

For the whole poem please go to my other blog: writingsfromwildsoul.com

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Postcard Poem – Advice

A few weeks ago I was telling a friend about some lower back pain I’ve been having when she offered some advice she claimed had worked for her. The first line of this poem has been stirring in me ever … Continue reading

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Postcard Poem – This Still-ness

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