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Join local poets and poets across Canada in celebrating the launch of Heartwood: Poems for the Love of Trees. With over poems and contributions from poets all over the country, Heartwood is a tribute to and celebration of the timeless impact of nature on Canadian poetry. Available through Amazon. All poems in the anthology were contributed by members of the League of Canadian Poets. Stephen Catherine J. Stewart Sheila Stewart Nellie P.
Lost in the forest, I broke off a dark twig and lifted its whisper to my thirsty lips: maybe it was the voice of the rain crying, a cracked bell, or a torn heart. Something from far off it seemed deep and secret to me, hidden by the earth, a shout muffled by huge autumns, by the moist half-open darkness of the leaves.
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Prev Poem. Next Poem. I began writing "The Forest's Blessed Abode" about a month after I returned from a trip to Alaska and Canada, where I saw some of the loveliest forests and surreal scenery I have ever seen
Submit your work, meet writers and drop the ads. EphemeralLikeGold Jul A horror movie scene as the heroine escapes. Everything is still besides her convalescing breath and the distant, chasing wind. Not a noise is heard except the fall leave's rattle and the birch wood's moaning bark in the moonlight. Her body slouches into the protection of a lone shed, and shrouds itself in the aroma of cut grass.
Among the subjects explored were personal witness of individual trees, experiences of water and salmon as life sources, and the idea of seeds as vessels of a future shelter. We were grateful for the presence of all who attended this gathering, and for their thoughtful contributions. On this page we are pleased to share poetry selected from submissions by workshop participants; some of the poetry was initially created during the poetry session. Also featured here are more recently submitted poems and prose on the subject of shared habitats. The cool north side of my hill is moss-covered. Duck-footed Vancouveria, sword ferns, fringecup and trillium abound.