Monthly Archives: April 2014

To Honor the Blood Moon

Here are two poems I wrote, that I thought I’d share to honor the Blood Moon last night. My brother died the summer there were signs in the sky–Auroras you could draw down close by singing, because they rippled over … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget You’re Beautiful

I choose a particular stall in the woman’s rest room at Holmes Student Center, where I take those few private minutes to relieve myself. When¬†students stand me up or we¬†finish early, I walk away from the table, get my blood … Continue reading

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So the Land Can Be Calm

The other night, when I walked the dogs it was so dark and so still, I could almost touch the air. Wind, trucks on the main road, jets over head, usually clutter the night with noise. We stopped to listen, … Continue reading

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