Monthly Archives: June 2017

Poem: Baubo

You don’t want the drink — your hand in the air in polite declining, stark as a branch blasted by drought, naked and beyond thirst. The sun bakes the roof tiles above, but here all is shadowed and cold with … Continue reading

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Eight of Cups: Leaving one path and finding another

The Eight of Cups has always haunted me. Its image: A traveler headed toward the hills, lit by the full moon, cloak unfurled and walking stick in hand. Behind her, a stack of shining goblets, beautiful in the moon’s light. … Continue reading

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