A poem about the first day of Spring for those who live in the north.
Tsunami Foaming swells roar aggression. Black loam wrenches through steamy depths of pungent pre-dawn loins. Surging power pulls roots beyond chaos; raises mountain freedom, shapes streams of love , grows new life. His mighty voice licks salty air “It is good.” Behold I will do a new thing… I will even make a road in... Continue Reading →
I wrote the following and first posted at the Inscribe Writers Online blog on November 26, 2014. In honour of my Mom on this coming Mother's Day, I would like to share it with you here. Nana’s Journal - Marnie Pohlmann She gathered her feelings With soft word ribbon, Laced to pages with cursive bows And... Continue Reading →