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Published by Robin Rule
blood in the street
blood in the street

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Published by: Robin Rule on Mar 18, 2012
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JellyfishJoJo added this note|
Very poignant, especially the lines with 'those scarlet feathers splayed out in a flower motif...' I found a road-killed robin on the sidewalk, walking past it only to later backtrack, just to pick it up and bury what looked for all the world like a piece of trash. It wasn't. So much brashly tells all so little, but for that deft and subtle little to tell what is almost too much of so much.
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Carl F Maulbeck added this note|
as we listen and cultivate our relationship with the cosmos we live and love - "...as silence / became the predominate song" - pre-dominate, indeed, robin
Helen Winslow Black added this note|
Yes, "beautiful, but sad," Robin--gut-wrenching, actually, but the poem itself is a creative affirmation you're hurling into the universe--so there's balance for you. There's the balance for me
Daniel Essman added this note|
a strong metaphor for the cancer...the mastectomy...life and the vivid end of life...a beautiful poem...
Sal Page added this note|
Robin -- So happy to see you back. Most amazing reflection.
Arion added this note|
Beautifully written Robin, the parallels arresting!

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