Poet’s Corner – Women’s Words

[On Reading Mary Oliver, H.D., Emily Dickinson and Dorothea Tanning]

Walking the path of poetic thoughts

Entering the natural world

Marveling at its unique essence

In form, color and birth,

Capturing the seeds of words unspoken

To touch and feel

The growth of life as they appear,

Not to change

The natural course –

Wings of birds,

The tops of trees and moss overgrown.

The thread of time

Speaks clearly

In poetic voices

As women respond to the uniqueness,

 Taken inward and outward again.

Credit: Artwork, “Women Artists,” and Poem, “Women’s Word,” by Marsha Solomon

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Marsha Solomon is a New York artist whose work has been exhibited nationally and internationally in galleries and museums. Her poetry has been published in both American and international art and literary journals, and recently a monographic book on her work, "From Rhythm to Form" was published by Cross-Cultural Communications.