Posts tagged Poem
Dominique Larntz * October 22, 2012 Breathing Caves Even the earth has caves that inhale in Winter and exhale in Summer but they must have multiple mouths.
Dominique Larntz * October 16, 2012 Dare Knots surround me and knots and fibers surround these tears that somehow reincarnated all over my face and my wire form from this week’s vessels class when I turned on Native America Calling and heard they wanted to celebrate especially by hearing IAIA’s funny stories. I thought, maybe…
Dominique Larntz * May 3, 2012 Grace A cat purrs not only when she’s properly petted, but when she’s deeply threatened. My heart flourishes not only within the wet landscapes of youth, but during these desert years when the next visit to a full well is uncertain.
Dominique Larntz * April 30, 2012 Transplant The dry soil absorbed me as quickly as the drops of Lady Gray tea slopped from the side of my cup while I leaned the opposite way to feed the lemon thyme Shauna gave me for my birthday– the perfect fit to replant in the stands we made…
Dominique Larntz * January 15, 2012 * “Love Letters To My Body” Breadmaker I don’t know the reason but there were many youthful years when I could not be consoled, and now all I need in order to feel peaceful is the hint that yeast exists for the bread of joy to rise from the core…