Poetry

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May 11, 2018:  Blind Raise:  A poem about how two people deal with the cards that they are dealt in life:  https://georgiastraitperspectives.wordpress.com/2018/05/11/blind-raise-a-poem-by-shelley-robinson/

February 7, 2018:  Inclinations:  Some people grasp whatever they can to survive.  This is a poem about addiction: https://georgiastraitperspectives.wordpress.com/2018/02/07/inclinations-a-poem-by-shelley-robinson/

November 8, 2017:  Awakening Nearby:  Funeral Poem:  https://georgiastraitperspectives.wordpress.com/2017/11/08/awakening-nearby-poem-by-shelley-robinson/

October 19, 2017:  Watercolour Shoreline:  I imagine that the beach is a canvas:  https://georgiastraitperspectives.wordpress.com/2017/10/19/watercolour-shoreline-by-shelley-robinson/

October 19, 2017:  Community Reservation:  I was inspired by a reconciliation project in the town of Powell River led by the Anglican church:  https://georgiastraitperspectives.wordpress.com/2017/10/19/community-reservation-by-shelley-robinson/

May 17, 2017:  Surfari:  This is my attempt to think about life from a surfer’s perspective.  https://georgiastraitperspectives.wordpress.com/2017/05/16/surfari-a-poem-by-shelley-robinson/

August, 2016:  The Wood Stove:  Memories of my grandmother’s wood stove fill this poem with delicious smells.  https://georgiastraitperspectives.wordpress.com/2016/08/25/the-wood-stove-a-poem-by-shelley-robinson/

July, 2014:  Coast to Coast Calling:  I was intrigued with the concept of someone from the East Coast connecting with another on the West Coast through a long distance relationship.  https://georgiastraitperspectives.wordpress.com/2016/08/05/coast-to-coast-calling-poem-by-shelley-robinson/

June, 2015:  Our Days:  This poem is in honour of Vera Beattie who, in my mind, was a masterpiece of a human being, and the dear mother of my good friend Heather Beattie. https://georgiastraitperspectives.wordpress.com/2016/08/03/our-days-poem-by-shelley-robinson/

 

 

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