Monthly Archives: December 2021

Luce Spezzata – A Poem

What could this mother say to even touch the sorrow of this loss? Like sacred stone against satin- Who better knows the heavy cost? Like a luce spezzata, An eternal love released // At the foot of the cross. His … Continue reading

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Cold Snap- A Poem

Have you heard the river’s heartbeat?It’s nearly a melody,No! Perhaps it’s a symphony.It pulls at all the heartstrings this time of year,It slows down It sleepily strolls down the frozen riverbed,Winter’s caught in a cold snap-(Wait! Did you hear that?)As … Continue reading


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Winter’s River – A Poem

Snow caps on waves,wrap me in a frozen wreathlike young Moses-As I flow down Winter’s river,The cold sends ripples almost like dimples but in a frown,As I slow // down at thebanks of December,Like a frozen blanket statement- bumping into … Continue reading

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To Dance – A Poem

My friend, is this a dance? I can feel my soul moving- to a rhythm I’ve never felt before, I’m so thankful for your hands, Not just to hold // them in mine No // more to watch them st-re-tch … Continue reading

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Garden of Stars – A Poem

See my gentle Father, The Shepherd of our hearts carefully, slowly tilling an endless garden of stars- in thick frosty midnight soil to light the narrow path with glittering lanterns of bright burning oil, To guide the flocks of the … Continue reading

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