Category Archives: Poetry

I Remember

I Remember I remember the man wiping his face and tear filled eyes. I remember his life-long work for justice and his work to ensure we do not forget. He’d want us to remember how it started with an election. … Continue reading

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Encircled

Encircled surprise in the pines fruit and flowers cover the ground surrounding Ganesh Cedar Hill was a retreat center established by a couple of Catholic nuns in Dawsonville, Georgia.  The book club I belong to was started at Cedar Hill. The … Continue reading

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Instinct

  Instinct bodies can bruise, stagger,  and tilt with a breeze psyches can hamper, crack, and smile with an angle but spirit-awakened instinct cannot be lead astray Written for The Sunday Whirl using the twelve words pictured above.  I do enjoy the creative … Continue reading

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Wholly Human

there’s a spell called branding that you alone decide to cast not witches although you’ve branded them too and caused much pain like the sting of a scorpion turn your ear but not a blind eye to branding you don’t … Continue reading

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Good Enough

she said if short is good enough for Rumi it’s good enough for me  

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Absorbed

long to be wholly absorbed in wholeheartedness

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Download

 all a download                                                              experiences you’ve had voices you’ve heard thoughts … Continue reading

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Hanging On

unlike bats in covered places brown, dried leaves desperately hang to branches in a sprinkle of cold rain   Wrote this morning while waiting in the drive-thru at Starbucks. Some leaves and people find it easy to release and let … Continue reading

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Lost

in her life she allows a door for fairies she listens for their song soft as frost on purple pansies she sees them fly as low as the puff of dark dust from a devil’s mushroom and she sees their … Continue reading

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Embracing Wholeness

lately, I think a lot about wholeness wondering if it allows for a hole if you look at the word wholeness you will see hole if you embrace all that you are you will cherish the hole because… it’s where … Continue reading

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