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Tuesday, August 02, 2005





I am very pleased that 2 of the ACEOs I listed on ebay sold. I'll relist the other 2, along with these 4.

The first and third cards pictured here feature a photograph of my Aunt Mary. She was very dear to me. She died of cancer when I was in college.

The following is a poem I wrote about sitting at the table in her kitchen.






Tribe


asphalt
linoleum
formica
Courtland Avenue.

coffee steam
cigarette smoke
morning sun

six faces
twelve breasts
five wombs

two mothers
four daughters
one cancer

too much power
the men stay out

1 comment:

Judi said...

Beautiful! Love the depth you've achieved. Your poem is really powerful and it spoke to me of the community of women. Glad you're blogging - I love to see everyone's work.