For publication reasons I am withdrawing my poem, “Intuition” from AWC. I am pleasantly surprised by the attention is has received. The emails I received were inspiring, touching. I decided to shop “Intuition” this spring. Like “The Kiss,” I didn’t want folks to guess about where the piece went so I am letting you know.Continue reading “Intuition: An Update”
I looked to the past To see a future Coming back to the hill as I did Vision restored Last day An empty place Midst the horror that is COVID-19 No goodbyes Just as well Silence increasingly rare Still but for the restlessness in me A quiet parting at The trellis, my favorite feature UnassumingContinue reading “Trellis (a poem)”
You were in the most beautiful dream We said our goodbyes on that Golden plane Where souls meet Saying what we could not Embracing as we could not With our bodies Back on earth I’ll say no more You were there PS – I’ve never posted from the mobile app before. If the formatting isContinue reading “Where Souls Meet (a poem)”
When you remember your heart is a muscle not fragile, spun glass finally will you understand the strength of it Not a vault Not a prison but an origin a fount a source of passion, love, longing, dedication Nothing so valuable so driven could be be contained by anything so brittle Who could want suchContinue reading “Break (a poem)”
You absolute beautiful creature Perfect as you are Wild hair back straight easy gait Shy smile crooked tooth open, unafraid gaze Nothing else to do just you being you We should all take a page from your book Just need to check if I have any blank pages left Beautiful Creature (a poem) by ChristinaContinue reading “Beautiful Creature (a poem)”
Everything worth knowing once held in those light-obscured rooms Rooms emptied, now saturated by the sun Truth amidst the dancing motes in the weaning afternoon light Anything worth knowing remained Evidence not much had changed by the absence of the things And yet in light, there is warmth hope, breath not yet had Realized byContinue reading “In Light (a poem)”
She Left, a poem.