Tag Archives: Colleen Chesebro

Resonated and touched

I’m catching up on my inbox reading and found some poetry (with a little derangement and omission) in Colleen Chesebro’s commentary on her own poem “Stone Ghosts.”

American carnage
(after Colleen Chesebro)

falling defeated
taste salt tears
like waves

hope flowing
feel the ripples
of change

touched deep
compelled to name
stone ghosts



sunflower july

Italian sunflower with Echinaceas

Day 6, LexPoMo 2020

lexpomo2018It’s Saturday, so I feel kind of lazy, but I also want to write, so I decided to play around with a new (to me) poetic form, using words from a rather lovely (and unexpectedly uplifting) tarot post by fellow gardener/crocheter/poet Colleen Chesebro.