Monthly Archives: May 2015

Emerging

I opened to a page without a number because it is an artist’ picture book. Not for the coffee table, not for distraction, but as a beginning. Look at this, have we not been here before? ” For years, copying … Continue reading

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Mornings

Someone must have included me in their prayers, because this morning I looked out my window at 5:20am, paused long enough to really take it in, and felt deep in my bones the sense of beginnIngs every day. This poem … Continue reading

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First Yoga Lesson

So many returns to each day when I’ve gone back to yoga lessons. Days¬† into weeks, and a year has passed.¬† Actually, sometimes decades. Always the lure is new and it re-starts as lesson one. Does this poem feel familiar? … Continue reading

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Choose Your Title

A wind of words came billowing through my email, like birds celebrating the first warm weather in a giddy mass. This poem emerged: “WAKING WONDERFUL WINNIE Waking wonderful, wacky, Winnie the witch involved, irksome issues, indubitably naturally no one nudged … Continue reading

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Afternoon’s Bower

Just last week, the branches were bare. I could see across the road to the next row of trees. Lots of sky allowed the clouds their streaming promise of blossoms below. And suddenly, it’s all here. Was it over-nght? Maybe. … Continue reading

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We Can Ask

It’s still dark enough to feel very, very early today. Yesterday I got a ride around our roads to the beach, and found such surprises springing up suddenly! To catch the awareness of opening flowers and burgeoning trees I pulled … Continue reading

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