Category: Covid Poems

A Hand, A Heart – A Poem

I find it hard to believe that I’m here again. I’ve realized that I’ve never really left the forest, merely wandered to the edges of it so that I could keep its leaves and branches in my sight. As I’ve circled, the shadows have… Continue Reading “A Hand, A Heart – A Poem”

Another Year of You – A Poem

* For Marg with love For as long as I’ve known you, you have been a symbol of strength for me, being brave enough to carve out a new path for yourself when you didn’t like the one that you found yourself on. You… Continue Reading “Another Year of You – A Poem”

Real Magic in Bloom – A Poem

I believe in magic because of you. In the time that we’ve known each other, you’ve proven to me countless times that magic is a real, tangible thing, something that is alive around me whenever I’m with you. You’ve helped me to realize I… Continue Reading “Real Magic in Bloom – A Poem”

Stream of Consciousness – A Poem

There is a trickle of water where there was once a stream. I let the water run over my fingers and it is warm to the touch. I know that it comes from a place of light, where seeds have bloomed into flowers, ideas… Continue Reading “Stream of Consciousness – A Poem”

Remembering You – A Poem

When we first met, I knew that you were the only possible reason For the lack of control over my body which had become a vessel that I no longer knew or understood. Listening to the doctor’s voice, telling me gently that what lived… Continue Reading “Remembering You – A Poem”

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