Monthly Archives: March 2018

A Tanaga Poem

A tiny seed buried deep Has none else to do but sleep When darkness only fills a space Dreams are all it dare embrace In those times of resting still No room in such confined space Quitted to another’s will … Continue reading

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An Awakening

  Spring opens our eyes slowly First to a silhouette against winter’s backdrop With every new life I come alive The two of us in full swing   Lillian at dVerse wants us to take the energy of the Spring … Continue reading

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Painted, Tainted Eggs

There were six eggs in the nest But one was on the outskirts Ignored Forgotten untouched The other eggs hatched Loved Fed Grew They all flew away Except one Not all eggs thrive We need rebirth from another source Christ’s … Continue reading

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Change

She moves languidly through the days A listless performance Like an overly rehearsed play Empty echoes bouncing Like holograms you cannot touch making no impact Time for a curtain call A scene change A new script Not a sequel Not … Continue reading

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A Rising

They hailed Him as King Throwing their palms and praise at His feet On a colt, not a stallion or steed Two copper coins less than a penny Drew more mercy from Christ Than all in the treasury Perfume of … Continue reading

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The Deep End

I stand in shallow water and see the ocean’s bed at my feet and I am secure. I dare not walk out where blue shades become darkened as my footing will slip. I never learned how to conquer the waves. … Continue reading

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A New Friend

I never imagined I would write anything, let alone poetry. I think my very first attempt at writing poems was in elementary school. I showed it to one person and she mocked me in laughter. It was years later in … Continue reading

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