Archive for ‘LuAnne’

August 23, 2016

Tao at Dusk

by LuAnne Holder

stone wall

Look , but be totally still.

Three dark ants navigate through
a maze of August-dried needles
without an apparent purposeful goal
to the eyes of the old woman watching.

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August 18, 2016

Heat Shimmer

by LuAnne Holder

heat shimmer

The vine simmers
In August’s heated temper

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August 16, 2016

Track To Kindness

by LuAnne Holder

locomotive

The poem pierces the night
a whistle that rounds the track
awakening the memory of
what not yet has happened

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June 21, 2016

Paradigm Shift

by LuAnne Holder

solar system

They say it’s a solid but snowflakes melt in our hands
They say it’s abstract but hope embodies a face we can see
If gravity is really an immutable law, then how do ideas
rain up toward creative connections?

Let’s not be too clever to never unlearn
knowledge currently grounded as fact.

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