Tag Archives: poetry
Recent events brought my prayer-poem “Give Away” to mind. The annual newcomers potluck with my Quaker community at Red Cedar Friends Meeting, as we enjoyed a round-robin gift exchange with stories. Also, the last workshop at Crow’s Nest Center USA, … Continue reading
As introduced last week, I continue my Poseidon adventure! This week’s glimpse is “falling apart”, a poem that was intent on melding into book art. And by doing so, invited intuition — that inner voice — to drive the resulting … Continue reading
The esker touches where Mom’s mom lost touch mistook a stranger for a childhood cousin and took her last supper with four generations Blue ruled her felt jacket at Assisted Living nearby the Baptist church where blue ruled my kindergarten … Continue reading
Greetings from Dowagiac! I am on my first leg of December travels with quality time in Southwest Michigan and its “borderlands.” Thanks so much to those who are making the sojourns possible! This photograph is taken at the fireside of … Continue reading
The Last Time I Saw My Father was November 28, 1999 in the afternoon Pacific Time. He slipped from one shell into the sea until another shell came his way. On my dresser, he stands on a boulder lodged … Continue reading
A picture from my journey to the Easedale Tarn, Grasmere, Lake District, UK, in September 2012, with the poem inspired by the experience, combined as a gift of thanks.