Tag Archives: shelter

Poem – Fragile

Moving through empty space, living within the void at the mercy of science and gravity our feet hold firm to this planet, providing shelter, food, water and the fragile recipes for life.

Poem – The Cathedral

A common path along the shore of an unnamed lake guides you over entrenched roots and persistent brush, the daily webs strung discreetly The hills of Eastern Bosnia lie dormant craggy rocks and spent shrapnel under the snow Lily of the Valley dormant, hibernates with the bears awaiting the cold to retreat Tall, arching entrance, […]
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Poem – The Bridge

This piece is about the Washington Ave bridge in Minneapolis, MN. ┬áThis is the same one where John Berryman (author of “Dream Songs”) jumped in 1972. The Bridge Running across the bridge Spanning the Mississippi I stay outside the maroon shelter Preferring light mist upon my face Blending with tears Crisp fall day Leaves crunching […]
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