Category Archives: birth


Words wrong me leave me expressionless as I try to catch how the flowing light in all things lately sprays from my fingertips from the fountains I see in meditation all-colors mingling colors of hope of healing and strength of … Continue reading

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Tanka to welcome Maeva

Fire and water dance together in spirit- Daughter of my Son- Love’s delight now breathes in you- May your life be shaped by Joy

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Sacrifice (haiku)

  Flowerstalks of kale sacrifice themselves to seed cast to their future.

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Is it time for change? Even lavender hair and raspberry chocolates stale after long use. We need a new language. This one reeks of too many adjectives, treadbare steel belts. This fresh new world cries, weeps for a syntax all … Continue reading

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My body bears a scar has done for nearly thirty years- they took you by force sent you into the world forever after separated from me your own beautiful creature. What remains invisible but more deeply real -the scar on … Continue reading

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How Does It Know? (Haiku)

Stone-like wood still swells tiny fingers into buds of soft leaves each Spring.

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What prison is this now I find myself Most gladly living in for months and years? Why did it take so long to find these bars Of love that burn so hot they destroy fears? I learned too well in … Continue reading

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