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Medusa, a Poem

Updated on March 15, 2016


Forgive Fair Ebona:

The voice of all womanhood,

For pawning in her healing plants,

for poisonous root and stem,

We choke on easy prey, do we?

Leave the measurements of life

to the Carpenter,

and all will heal itself.


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    • Nell Rose profile image

      Nell Rose 6 months ago from England

      Hiya lily, just popped by to say hi! how you doing?

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      Brenda Barnes 10 months ago from America-Broken But Still Beautiful

      I am missing you desperately dear friend. Are you well? Down here, I am maintaining like Buzz Lightyear, flying with style!

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      Lillian K. Staats 18 months ago from Wasilla, Alaska

      Happy Easter all! Love you dearly!!!!

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      WillStarr 18 months ago from Phoenix, Arizona

      Your word genius makes me come back and read again and again, getting a new perspective each time. This one is the most mysterious and haunting yet.

    • Nell Rose profile image

      Nell Rose 18 months ago from England

      Love your poems Lily, and always great to see you on here! x

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      Brenda Barnes 18 months ago from America-Broken But Still Beautiful

      Easy prey often has hidden power to fight back. "The measurements of life to the Carpenter"....such a lovely line. Your gift of words forever makes me full and amazed.