Poems

This gallery contains a selection of as-yet unpublished-in-a-collection poems, curated on this page with photos by my husband Joseph Horvat; arranged in the order they were written. These poems are best read out loud.
(please click on images to view poem)

This long-form narrative poem is a kind of mythology.
image by Joseph Horvat.

An acknowledgement of  the pain of unnatural loss in our modern world. Image by Joseph Horvat

Speaking of our ancient interconnections to all things.
Image by Joseph Horvat

A story of recognition…
Image by Joseph Horvat

The relationship of all things to all things that allows life to perpetuate… Image by Joseph Horvat

An invitation for your tears to fall upon our living earth.
Image by Joseph Horvat

proprioception: knowing where our parts are in space without conscious thought… Image by Joseph Horvat

The difficult but beautiful contribution of grief to our life.
Image by Joseph Horvat

the transformational experience of healing…
Image by Joseph Horvat

The power of water, held in the ancient fold of a flooding river.
Image by Joseph Horvat

A question of former worlds, 500 years or 100,000 years?
Image by Joseph Horvat

A singular moment in the life of the earth.
Image by Joseph Horvat

A lament for a singular wombat and all creatures killed on our roads. Image by Joseph Horvat