This morning, the Greater Lovell Land Trust and Charlotte Hobbs Memorial Library in Lovell co-hosted a poetry workshop conducted by poet Judith Steinbergh of Brookline, Massachusetts. The setting: Hewnoaks Artist Colony.
It’s always a special treat to listen to Judy and others read poetry, wander the grounds which overlook Kezar Lake, and share with like-minded people.
Sixteen of us found our voices this morning. Or tried to. Here’s my attempt:
Where raindrops jiggle
and leaf backs glow,
pine needles dangle
and new cones land,
and ferns dance,
and seeds fly,
and driftwood poses,
white caps form
and waves crash.
Hewnoaks, where poets write
as the north spirit renews our souls
with each gust of fresh air. ~LMH
Later we gathered inside, out of the wind, to share our offerings–each one a gift.
Thank you, Judy. And Anna. And Ann 😉