Poetry

I try to follow the mantra: Keep it simple. Poetry is the more artful and spiritual form in any language, and as such, I believe many poems have the ability to speak from and to the human spirit—for want of a better term, the soul. In this realm, education and sophistication are perhaps not the most important things. I think rather simplicity and truth, if these forces can be heard.

AT THE CORE*

Part 1
Planting*
Homemaker*
Spring Cleaning
Peacetime*
Life Struggle
The Star
Heirloom*
Inheritance*
Burial*
The Use of the Compass

Part 2
Range of Hearing
At The Core*
Rites
Sailing Toward Heaven
Fourth of July
Our Daily Bread*
Full Circle*

Part 3
John or Other Common Names*
A Gathering of Bones*
Slain Colors
Women Friends*
The Tree*

Part 4
Crescendo
Tribal Home
Essence of Mineral*
A Grasp of the Divine*

To read reviews of At The Core, click HERE.


Selected Poems
One Woman
Soul Spreading*
Star Stuff*
The Good War*
The Sacred Grove*
Unbroken Circles*
Weather Vane*

*-indicates published and/or prize winner

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