Poem of the Week, by Kirsten Dierking

4 thoughts on “Poem of the Week, by Kirsten Dierking”

  1. Hello Alison, I keep coming back to this poem that you generously shared, and to your own words accompanying it. I am so reassured by this poem and what you have written, perhaps especially by your own words. I wanted to say that they have moved me to my core. During these challenging times, I find I can too easily slip into feeling abandoned, despite all the riches and privileges of my personal life, and when that happens I need to attend to not abandoning myself. Your post and this poem are a true resource, and I keep returning to them. Thank you, Vivienne Frankish

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