Your Words’ Worth #poetry

Your words are worth a thousand of most folks'plucked from the mountain air you walk within,the lake shore which abounds in ancient oaksthe rivers and the valleys in between The landscape of my youth, and of of my homeenriched your lines through seasons out of timethis sacred landscape I am blessed to roamrolls off the... Continue Reading →

The Quarantine Diaries 12: The House of Life

In today's entry, I take a look at another poem by Seamus Heaney, 'The Blackbird of Glanmore,' and the extended metaphor of the 'house of life' presented therein. It's something I've been thinking about a lot during this strange period of quarantine, with a little time and stillness to reflect upon my life and re-evaluate... Continue Reading →

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