A Poem: Reflections

Maybe all isn’t lost? If water can reflect the imageof heaven, if light can find a path to us, if the stillness in the coreof a spinning world can remain at peace,undisturbed. Then after all,what can be lost? When we can lie downin the grass and look into the blue,gravity still holding us; and though … More A Poem: Reflections

A Poem: Hospitable

There is nowhere to hide.To live hospitable to ourselves and others,is to receive ourselves whole.To give ourselves broken. To be fallible, to be alive.To live hospitable to each otheris to open our cupboards and drawers.To see inside, to lay it out empty. To say, ‘this is what I have, and what I don’t’.These are the … More A Poem: Hospitable

A Poem: Blue

You know you can lose thingsin the blue. Things that have outstayed their welcome,like worry and angst. You can hang yourself upside down,watch your pockets empty; or take a jump right upand scatter things about like leaves. And some things on losing,are not worth the finding and retrieving. Some things, like winter lowsneed a blue … More A Poem: Blue

Poetry for All Seasons: Summer and Winter Books Released

Dear Readers I am so pleased to let you know the first two books in my new series Poetry for all Seasons have been released. A Garment of Praise – Words for Summer and Joy instead of Mourning – Words for Winter are now both available in either e-book format, paperback or hardcover at on-line … More Poetry for All Seasons: Summer and Winter Books Released