Tag Archives: Sun and Moon

Return of the Light

copyright Dec 10, 2015 by P. R. Lowe The moon forever there her stare gracing the world in slumber and under her spell we fall in love with the day and the sun on it’s way again and again and … Continue reading

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She

copyright Nov 12, 1977 by P. R. Lowe She passes unnoticed the shadow of our self She follows the sullen river through the eyes of our passing always riding out the storm through endless dormitories of closing doors and locked … Continue reading

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School Prayer

by Diane Ackerman In the name of the daybreak and the eyelids of morning and the wayfaring moon and the night when it departs, I swear I will not dishonor my soul with hatred, but offer myself humbly as a … Continue reading

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Heartsings

By Thomas Lowe Copyright © by P. R. Lowe, July 20, 2015 (from Brother, Sister) My heart sings alike with the hot wind across miles of rolling desolation and the cry of a hawk killing in the shattering brightness of … Continue reading

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Windflowers

by P. R. Lowe copyright © July 20, 2015 (from Brother, Sister, written in 1970) Wind…Flowers singing in the sun makes me humble Stories are told in the distant rumble comes thunder and I go under this immaculate conception father … Continue reading

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