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Poetry

Poetry Friday: Spring at 41

By Women's Voices For Change
Christine Gelineau, teacher, rider, horse breeder, poet of nature and courageous surveyor of the interior landscape of womanhood, gave us the poem with which we greeted April. Now as we say good bye to that month, we look again to Christine for a poem written in celebration of spring’s power to revitalize us all. Spring at 41 I walked the…
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Poetry

Poetry Friday: Christine Gelineau

By Womens Voices for Change
Teacher, horse farmer, mentor, poet, Christine Gelineau understands dwelling on this earth.  Here we see how poetry breathes as she greets spring's first full month with a meditation on the hard and the soft of being fully alive.                    "Bliss"                                          April loves a challenge, choosing to split the slab of winter-hardened earth with the silk tongue of a…
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