Posts tagged seasons
Dominique Larntz * October 23, 2012 Inadequate Hinges Doors keep falling away; keep breaking. The back screen door slid right off the track—night before company came. The front door keeps opening as the wind signals a change in weather. I left the back door open all day, let the sunlight slither in like a…
Dominique Larntz * May 24, 2012 My Summer’s just arriving and I’ve read Emily’s poem on letting go of hers unreservedly. I keep the secret of seasons like a rising loaf of bread on my kitchen counter. I use the knowledge of the middle of life like you pump air toward embers.
Dominique Larntz * May 7, 2012 Deep Listening My desire to grow tomatoes is so deep that I wonder if they desire me too, if the tomato seed dozes and views the arising images of a farmer placing her gently into the soil, and how the tomato seed experiences love in its swaddled dark arid…