|By Tim Morgan,
lawyer and resident of California
Goddess, or God[dess] of Earth Tremors, reminds
In a sense,
the Goddess is ripping off the top of the mountain to
OF HOLDING ON AND LETTING GO
ARTWORK IN RESPONSE BY GWENNETH SHEEHAN (the wild woman of Imperial Palace)
All the stress around the dollar!
so tempted to kneel in thanks and place..
Just so ready to move into what I should be
(words from the book at the Morgan's Goddess show at Microcosm)
THE GODDESS OF LUCIDITY
|Lucid, full of light, possessor of knowledge.
This answer is not always simple or mono directional.
The light often strikes from looking in many directions.
The goddess looks within, and having seen
the harmony of the three paths,
is enlightened in her ocean of healing fertile greens.
GODDESS OF MISTAKES ENGENDERING
THE GODDESS OF INVENTION
By Robin Glassman (artist):
Birth & growth
I find a moment
of inspiration to
ponder my heart.
Surprises emerge into the glowing abyss
Spinning a web.
I find the answer only to be
MONET - Dancer, producer of
of Noise spoke to me
OF PHYSICAL CONNECTIONS
from Vicki Scuri (public artist in a big way) about multi armed clay goddess
TRUST -SRI V
THE GODDESS OF QUIET
|The inner sanctuary and the outer are the same.
Spaciousness in thought, movement, and time.
She is full of grace.
Balance is not necessarily logical,
the focus is what holds things together.
Being securely within ourselves,
as we feel with our minds
the great expanses of time,
and the present moment.
Quiet and expanse, like the desert,
reveal to us the immense number of choices we have
at every moment.
Do not forget this.
Here's a disrespectful, "angry guy" poem,
maybe not the best way to treat a Goddess(!) We include it here for
FOLLOWED BY COUNTER POEM BY LOREN POLANS!
Pain … I Mean … Paean to the
Goddess of Righteous Indignation,
or Where Did They Dig This One Up? by poet Robert Dunn
|Goddess, Goddess, down from the clouds,
If you would ensnare our souls and hearts,
The least you could do is look the part.
Righteous indignation is a shtick
Incensed, you demanded we adore it.
The Eleventh Commandment's a bitter hors d'oeurve:
If all this strikes you as addle-pated,
|FIRST-DRAFT COUNTER POEM
by Loren Polans
Most poets who inflicted forced rhyme upon us
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