Category: Courage poems

Momma Does Milk

[Story Route readers will recognize the name of one of my favorite writers. He’s the author of “Narratives for Dummies” that appeared on that blog. What I didn’t mention there is that Sterling had a forty-year career as a family…

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Sunflowers

Balsamroot

Marilyn Raymond is one of my favorite writers, always eloquent, perceptive, thoughtful. When she shared this poem with me, I asked her permission to publish it here. I get a catch in my throat every time I read it. Marilyn…

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Perhaps…

End of a pine tree branch

© Cheryl Thomas One hot sunny afternoon I was sitting in a forest glade that was located on the way to my home in Avola, British Columbia. In front of me was a squirrel midden that was so huge it…

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Renewal

Lava flow at Krafla, 1984

At the Unitarian Fellowship of Kelowna service last Sunday, Kelly Hamilton not only read this poem to us. She printed it in the bulletin, for all of us to take home in our hands as well as in our hearts.…

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