Category Archives: Poetry


Mother’s Day

Bobbi June so many selves contained within your singular lovely body: daughter, sister, student, equestrian, pianist, skier, artist, model, poet, calligrapher, baker, knitter, storyteller and historian, listener extraordinaire, friend to many, wife to one. To me you were simply Mother, … Continue reading

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My Alex

Ten years ago I last held his tabby furred body Alex **** That worried look with the “M” eyebrows won me over first glance. But he fled upon first seeing me then returned, time and time again.       … Continue reading

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Three for Spring

Have you noticed how Spring danced in today en pointe, and pirouetted her way around Nature’s stage through wind-tossed, rain-soaked delicate green foliage, and still dainty flowers blushing with arrival, that Winter, somehow, left behind? *** First spring day, rain … Continue reading

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One February Morning

As the stars recede and the dawn,  with its delicate peach and yellow hues, expands, the mountains in the east curve down to the sea in a gesture of offering, their mountainous hands releasing nature’s largess. I sense . . … Continue reading

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