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Thank you for joining in conversation with poems. 

In 2006, I began writing a poem a day. At first it was just a challenge to myself. Could I do it? I didn't think so!

I didn't realize then how this practice would change everything. Poetry was no longer something on a page, it became a way of being in the world, changing the way I move through the day. Poems became the language of connection--connecting us to ourselves, to each other, to the world around us. In 2011, I created A Hundred Falling Veils to share the poems because I realized they sometimes help others find these connections, too. 

It is perhaps foolish to put my first drafts into the world every day, but as Rumi said, "Be a fool." 

If you enjoy these daily poems, please support me writing them with a donation (I won't really buy coffee, I'll buy groceries). And if you're interested in buying a book (to see what the poems look like beyond their first draft form), please visit 

And, friend, thank you.

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Morgen Reynolds
Morgen Reynolds bought 3 coffees.

Thank you so much for the stunning workshop today through Shyft. I cannot wait to get to know you better through your poetry. My husband is a play therapist and I'm a storyteller--your work is so important!! Thank you.Much love,Morgen.

Dear Morgen, thank you so much for joining us yesterday! And thank you for this wonderful note! A storyteller and a play therapist together!? What a powerful union! Wishing you a wonderful turning of the year ... with so much gratitude for this support--Rosemerry

Someone bought 5 coffees.

Reading your poetry is both life altering and life affirming!

Dear Someone, thank you for the wonderful note, and thank you, too, for the donation! I am so grateful for your support! Rosemerry

Laurie Abela
Laurie Abela bought a coffee.
Laurie Abela
Laurie Abela bought a coffee.

Loved The Snow People!  Such a wonderful reminder that there is, indeed, so much to praise.

Thank you, Laurie! I wish I could attach a photo here of the snow people--but I think you can see it in your mind's eye. I am so grateful for your support!