Dreamers' Songs: Nancy Bevilaqua's Poems

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Morning Voice (Owls)

Morning Voice (Owls)


Nature’s rites wasting aground.

You grow while owls cry

like runaway foxes.


(For audio version, please see previous post.)

Haiku (Highway)–text

Haiku (Highway)

Highway mile away

truck shifts gears in moth-dance night–

my hitchhiker mind.


(You can hear the audio version in the next post.)

Two Poems Published in Houseboat

Last month the online literary journal Houseboat published two of my poems (scroll down to just below the photo of the fishing boat to see them–their titles are “For a Shark” and “Haiku”).  I strongly recommend looking at some of the work by other poets on the site as well, and submitting your own work, if you’re a poet!


Agape Editions

Don't go back to sleep.

Andrea Blythe

Speculative Poetry and Fiction


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Where Soul Meets Body

Veronica Golos, Poet

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Serenity's Ashrama

"Our inner hankering is for satisfaction, happiness, sweetness, love, beauty and mercy." Swami B.R.Sridhar maharaja.

Mortimer George Creations

a gentleman's thoughts, style and life

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Grunge Music is Not Dead

Philip Dodd, Author of Angel War Blog

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The Ark of Identity

Laura M Kaminski's poetry practice and links

O at the Edges

Musings on poetry, language, perception, numbers, food, and anything else that slips through the cracks.

UP!::urban po'E.Tree(s)

by po'E.T. and the colors of pi


Concordia College ~ Moorhead Minnesota

Blue Heron Review

“An awake heart is like a sky that pours light.” ― Hafiz


words and wonder