Entries Below Are About The Topic Of Mary Oliver

A poem for September: The Waterfall

Thereby hangs a tale… We fight our fears by taking risks.  We jump, free-fall, and pray the net will appear.  Here’s to falling into softness, to conquering summits, and gaining the pinnacle of hope.  Look, Mom, no fears! The Waterfall … Continue reading

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A Poem for January: The Journey

Thereby hangs a tale … January holds promise.  Hope and hale, hearty as a hearth blast.  A time of renewal, of letting go to go forward. Such resolutions as I made this year past are of the look forward Angel … Continue reading

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A poem for May: The Wild Geese

Thereby hangs of tale… The month of May launches spring into summer as nature opens herself fully.  Poet Mary Oliver reminds me that the beauty of the natural world contains extraordinary power, both to inspire creativity, and to sustain us … Continue reading

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