Author Archives: janehwilson

Late to the Game

Before I knew what had happened The air had turned crisp And Michaelmas had come Making it bad luck The eat the blackberries And the blueberries had Grown impossibly Expensive And the children were Talking of Halloween JEHW Fall 2019

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Sunflower Boy

Was it a giant sunflower floating across the Longsuffering dirt front of that Bedraggled apartment building? I smiled My heart lifted Was that miserable landlord ascending to some newfound level of decency? I drew closer to see what was afoot … Continue reading

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Tend My Garden

It’s not gardening or Writing It’s gardening so that I can write Nourishing so that I can create Healing so that My heart is free

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In Her Own Words

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Because my words are too feeble to fully celebrate the life and work of Mary Oliver, I will use her own words from her poem,” Prayer”.  May you dance on, Mary. PRAYER May I never not…

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Glorious, Empty Saturday

Snow is coming, and I am free for a glorious two days of doing exactly as I please. It is glorious And empty Empty and Glorious Glorious – The thing you feel when the shining sun reaches down through the … Continue reading

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What do you plan to plant this year?

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Boundaries

It’s been quite a while since I posted anything.  My mother died last October and I have felt quite silent since then.  But I wrote this little poem the other day.  Don’t ask me to explain it because I can’t. … Continue reading

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