Thursday, April 29, 2021

Filling the Well: Felice Holman

"Wish Upon a Star" by Anne Worner

There is something about poems that is like loving children:
They keep returning home and singing to you all your life.

– Felice Holman
Humming Bird
Whirring as wound wires whir.
Glistened green and brightened blur. 
Bird a flower dreamed upon.
A moment fanning, and then gone.

                                                – Felice Holman 
from The Place My Words Are Looking For, selected by Paul B. Janeczko

Today is Poem in Your Pocket Day. Find ways to participate here.

April 1: John Muir
April 4: Cesare Pavese 
April 11: Elinor Wylie
April 18: John Milton 
April 29: Felice Holman

1 comment:

  1. I sure hope this month has been as good for your soul as it has for mine (thank you very much)!!!