Tag Archives: Poetry

Draw Close and Sing

copyright © June 11, 2017 by P. R. Lowe Draw close to the spirit of the land the time is at hand to know from where you come and the drum of the ancients calls your name Sacred it is … Continue reading

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Lost and Found

by P. R. Lowe copyright © May 22, 2017 (I found this poem yesterday while “cleaning out”, it was tacked to an old cork board…no date no title, but it speaks volumes) I do not long for love that consumes … Continue reading

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Tree Sap and Star Dust

  copyright © by P R Lowe March 15, 2017 My blood is tree sap My thoughts are star dust My guts are molten lava of ages passed My spirit is the wind and my heart is a river flowing … Continue reading

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The Word of the Land

Touch a tree every day bless the water on its way light the fire of love in your heart and breathe it out into the dark

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Kaleidoscope

When life seems to be falling in pieces all around you you may see that the pieces fall into a beautiful design if you can simply remember to stand still and look toward the light _ Jean K. Horne, 2016 … Continue reading

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Healing Moon

by P. R. Lowe copyright © November 14, 2016 (woke up in the middle of the night, with this complete, not a single word changed) Are we creatures turned away from the moon hiding in cellophane and plastic nightmares of … Continue reading

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Frozen Tree

by P. R. Lowe, copyright July 4, 2016 (written March 9, 1989) The sun grinned and slid across the ice playing games and making rhymes with time too soon for us to see busy in our slumber too encumbered in … Continue reading

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