Monthly Archives: June 2015

Mother Sun: A Poem for Aine

With torches high, the women step a-weaving down the hill. They sing of the gold woman taken against her will who turned him to a gander and plucked a silver quill. With it, she wrote this story. With it, she … Continue reading

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Coverbirds

The sage sends up shoots of delicate purple flowers, matched in color by the chives. The beans have leafed out, and the nettles are standing tall in the woods. This morning, as rain spattered the top deck, I stood barefoot … Continue reading

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