• The Organic Poet

Earth @bringonthejoy

Topic - Nature/ Gratitude

March night sky

mussel shell blue

burning down to broken black

her waning moon

a pearl and silver sliver

with drifting cloud veil

and we invite the night in

turn out the lights

let the candle glow gleam bright

we fold ourselves

together for an hour

a braiding, a binding to hope

earth and sky

sea and air

gather themselves too

earth invites us to

press our very feet into her

a bare and tender reminder

we cannot own this

the place our life comes from

we can only cherish it

standing in the mussel blue and broken black night

moon glow and star shine

brighten our earth tonight

Poet's biography

Name: Vicky Allen

Place of residence: near Dunbar on the beautiful south east coast of Scotland

Your favourite quote: “Joy is not made to be a crumb” from ‘Don’t Hesitate’ by Mary Oliver

Your one wish for the world: May we know we are beloved and worthy of love, and may we offer that gift to the world in turn.

Where can we find out more about you (Website link):

I don’t have a website but you can find me on Instagram and Twitter @bringonthejoy

A small bio about you:

Vicky Allen’s debut pamphlet is Broken Things and other tales (Hedgehog Poetry Press, 2020). She’s been published in print & online in Mslexia, Stravaig, Writers Cafe and others & in anthologies by Proost, Black Agnes Press & Dove Tales. She was a 2020 Pushcart Prize nominee. Vicky loves being creative in all kinds of ways, from printmaking to poetry to playing in the sea! She believes in the power of quietness& solitude, and the blessing of a beautiful conversation. She lives with her husband, two children and two beagles in a little house on the side of a hill looking down to the sea

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