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Poetry is my secret first love.

In a poem, everything belongs. A poem demands I tell it like it is, raw and unfiltered. A poem insists there is a much bigger payout if I don’t try to wrap life up with a pretty bow. 

 

Something happens when I climb into this unconditional space, this permission to be fully as I am and tell it like it is. Whatever the content, if I bring as much honesty and tenderness as I can muster, I get tipped back into the light, back into softness and openness, back into presence. 

 

A poem is a way to find God in all the places.

Poetry

Mother Milk

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Exponent II Magazine

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