Month: April 2018

assembling a poetry book

Some words are not for poetry – III (September 19, 2009) Onomatopoetically sung song spun beauty as gossamer thread glistening I slide down dew-laced air always listening to words tinged with heaven’s grace, but strung strong Love does come to me, spinning and bathing clothing and cradling my soul in its care Beauty arises with…

By ellyn 04/12/2018 Off

young physician’s journey

Glenn Peirson walked boldly and compassionately in this world, blazing new pathways, dreaming new dreams into being, and main- taining beautiful relationships. The complications of cancer treat- ment suddenly claimed him in November, 2009, after a three year heroic battle. His deepest devotion was to his God and his family: his exceptional soul-mate, Dr. Mary…

By ellyn 04/10/2018 0

cancerwords compulsion

Poetry is the only way to touch upon the experience of cancer. It is also the only way to find the beauty in the beastliness. And for me, it was the only way to express my grief and allow healing into my life. Grief is a many-layered thing. It unfolds and refolds away from and…

By ellyn 04/10/2018 0

After what Interlude?

After the Interlude explores destiny, the sibling relationship, the impact on destiny of family of origin dynamics, where we were before we were born, where we’re going after we’ve left the planet, thin places, dreams, prayer and the importance of unbending intent. After the Interlude tackles purpose and the most difficult personal question of all…

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