Archive for January, 2017

Forward Movement

Forward Movement

4 by / on January 30, 2017, 4:11 pm / in Faith, Poetry

Forward Movement collective hope just flew overhead— squawking joy heading southward unmindful of heaviness below “light as a feather” indeed. i sigh. heavily. collective hope on the move honking gray heavy-bodied lightness it’s the beautiful (though not perfect) V that finally draws my face heavenward feathery breeze    carries away burden shadows (but not, of course, the burden) yet reminds […]

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Fern Creek woods in autumn

Found Poetry

0 by / on January 26, 2017, 10:44 am / in Poetry

Fern Creek Woods Rae, our oldest daughter, gave Mark and me a book of her poetry in 2003. She had crafted these poems during a two-year period when we lived states apart and didn’t have a good idea of her Montana life. I re-read them this week, blessed and impressed again with her way with words. She inspired me to […]

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