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I ushered in National Poetry Month with a poem by our recently passed, and greatly missed blogger, Sue Vincent, and I can’t think of a better way to bid adieu to the month by sharing another.


~ Josephine Wall, Nautilus ~

We walk the cosmic labyrinth
In sanctity and grace,
An interwoven farandole
Where each soul has its place.
A cosmic tree, where every fruit
In serpents coil is caught,
And every walker joins a dance
Whose steps are learned, not taught.
A stately, ordered chaos
Where the parts make up the whole,
Tells step, by intertwining step,
The journey of the soul.

~ Sue Vincent, Amazed ~