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Magic of the Animals

Angst Gallery   Magic of the Animals – paintings by Gwendolyn Morgan August 5 – 27, 2016 Book Launch event Saturday, August 20 th  7:00 PM   Angst Gallery 1 015 Main Street  Vancouver, Washington 98660 With gratitude to Leah Jackson, owner…

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Snowy Owls, Egrets and Unexpected Graces

Snowy Owls, Egrets and Unexpected Graces is a portal to an interior landscape that mirrors the natural world—the majesty of western red cedar and snowy owls, the murmurations of songbirds and the incantations of astral showers.… This book invokes hope and gratitude in the midst of sorrow and grief,…

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CORVIDAE GRATITUDE Dear Raven, This morning, the day after Summer Solstice you called tok   tok   tok as you flew overhead in greeting black archival wings glossy with violet....   Please see full poem:  Gwendolyn Morgan, “Corvidae Gratitude,”  Written River: Journal of Eco-Poetics, Hiraeth Press, no. 10 (2016): 72. Written River Issue…

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Spring Equinox – Barred Owl

SONY DSCO Ode to the Barred Owl Who comes swooping through our yard over the brambles, thickets of indigenous blackberries, sword ferns, feral zucchini, trillium....   (poem forthcoming in Western Red Cedar)

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Winter Solstice 2015

"don't dim your joy you might be a distant star in someone's dark night." --Elizabeth Cunningham from So Ecstasy Can Find You (Hiraeth Press, 2015, p. 47)

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Autumn Equinox 2015

                      Autumn window no. 3: Vulpes fulva, Key of Bflat She walks along the edges of music star-lit before the fog rises from the river Her black paws are quarter notes black-tipped tail, white belly       diurnal We…

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Summer Solstice 2015

We welcome the magic and holiness of Summer Solstice! "Holiness comes wrapped in the ordinary. There are burning bushes all around you. Every tree is full of angels. Hidden beauty is waiting in every crumb." -- from A Tree Full of Angels, Macrina…

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Vernal Equinox

We welcome the arrival of Spring with Great Blue Heron fishing along Salmon Creek. We watch the female as she weaves marsh grasses, Douglas fir needles, moss, and small twigs for her nest. Although we see herons nearly every day, we catch our breath…

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Gratitude enkindles light -
poetry & art for the journey when it is cloudy,
the stars are still shining

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