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Horoscope Chanting Goddess-NaPoWriMo-Day 28

The women marked a horoscope
on her wrist. Geminate fingers listed
the comet-quick fate: inevitable— that
campfire singing flames, and the intonation
of a song coming out of her mouth, two… 77 more words

Define Poetry: A My Tribe Interview Series Special for National Poetry Month

For National Poetry Month, I asked women poets to do a difficult task: define poetry. Their responses are both personal and accessible, lyrical and practical. I hope these thoughts inspire you as much as they have inspired me. 662 more words

NaPoMo Day 28

(why does my love for you endure?)

why does my love for you endure?  i do

say that i no longer have any love

left for you & i mean it.  94 more words

They Were All There, Gleaming

Without him, a faint image
became clearer.
The curtain hanging
before my eyes, flat and cold,
removed.
Over me, the jeweled colors appear
brighter than they were. 264 more words

Poetry

Drink, Sink, Swallow- NaPoWriMo-Day 27

Foam at the mouth of the ocean. Driving through glass sandpaper surface
of breath. I remember it, the blankness of force underneath myself.
The walk of water too easy, I had to stroke the breast, breath of tide. 80 more words

Poetry Rare Book Pop-Up

Please join us from 12-1 pm on Thursday 4/28 in the library foyer for a rare book pop-up exhibit of small and fine press poetry books by female poets of the Beat Generation. 109 more words

Gleeson Library

Of Little Hands and Feet

What wasn’t:

Deliverance

Baptismal

Secular Miracle

A Happy Childhood

A Drowning Scene

What was:

A Burning

Resuscitation

Conversion

A Sanctuary

The Other Side of Drowning… 49 more words

Poetry