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Friday, November 30, 2012

Poetry Friday: Sentinel


Sentinel

Hearing childhood hearts,
she curled branches around hopes
and secreted dreams. 


Lorie Ann Grover, 2012

4 comments:

Susan Taylor Brown said...

Lovely, Lorie. I like the image of "hearing childhood hearts"

Amy Ludwig VanDerwater said...

Yes! Trees hold so many generations of secrets, don't they? What a magical haiku. Thank you! a.

Matt Forrest Esenwine said...

Nice! I like the idea of curling "branches around hopes" - as a person hold onto theirs!

Mary Colborn said...

Lorie Ann, This is Mary Colborn. Hi, I wanted to talk to you about our book, Rainy Day Slug. I am interested in getting it back on the market. Can we talk sometime? I don't have your e-mail and your button isn't working for me. :(
mine is marycolborn@honorhealnurture.com. Thanks. I look forward to hearing from you. You can also message me on facebook, it that is easier.