Category Archives: Poetry

The Holiday of a Miracle

Miracles Miracles are from the edge of the stars where the light begins to flow into the dark of sky, They are the gift of now becoming, the need answered before even aware, the tears subdued before hope washes away. … Continue reading

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Oh, Holidays

Oh holidays, To the latkes I am cooking, At whose applesauce topping I am looking, Your potatoy goodness astounds me, Your oily needs confound me. Oh, holidays, To the cookies I am baking, With no grain, dairy or sugar I … Continue reading

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Blessed Samhain

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Oh, There Is

Oh, there is this touch that is so ingrained. Every line a familiar path, woodsy crevices, lush coolness deepened by time. I reach toward you from a natural habit. You, my refuge. The breath of your spirit forms a canopy … Continue reading

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Matrix…Nine…Words…Eleven

Are they now just two words that have become one, Like a sigil that’s power has been left to decay. Are they now just two numbers divided by a line, like a before and after ad for something that will … Continue reading

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Infinite Grace

 Infinite Grace myself, land, water, sky, flame, they flow endless to the single consciousness, their confluence makes whole, my blood is thick and shiny as sap, my feet rooted, reach down through the cool, rich soils. i go on forever, … Continue reading

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The Deep Serene- a poem inspired by a visit to the Mikveh

                                                The Deep Serene       Waters                     embrace,                                welcome,                                            witness.       Each step a journey,       I feel                        the past,                                  the present,                                                the future                                                              face me.       I am held by the ancestors.       … Continue reading

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