Category Archives: Poems

A writing course unlike all others

Jeanette LeBlanc is a powerhouse of a woman.  She is fiercely tender, unapologetically supportive, and a force to be reckoned with. I’ve been writing with her for years and have taken many of her courses, all of them life-changing.  It … Continue reading

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On finding joy again

Seeking community Seeking to be a wildflower, Singular amongst a field, Yet full of a sense of belonging And knowing she is beautiful I have spent days idly sitting Holding my hurting heart In too-small hands Raindrops running down The … Continue reading

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The need for change

Let me in Oh God, let me in Let me in so I can follow the internal thread of desire down to its source Show me that hidden entrance to my heart the entrance that, once found, is lost to me … Continue reading

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a poem of sorrow

Bitter winds remind me of how frail I really am This is no poem of great strengths hidden inside a misplaced footstep This is a poem of all the ways in which I fail This is a poem in which … Continue reading

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An end is just a beginning of something new

Sometimes there is no magic ritual no lighting of a fire and placing objects in sacred orientation Sometimes there’s just packing up what was and moving into what is Maybe there are tears maybe there aren’t Maybe you hurt maybe … Continue reading

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true love

True love is listening to all those voices in your head tell you that you’re not good enough, smart enough, strong enough, beautiful enough, man enough, woman enough and then telling yourself that You Are.  

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love

If you can feel all the ways in which I love you, then you know all the ways in which I love myself -compassion

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