Category Archives: Jocelyn Moore

Guernsey Ruts by Jocelyn Moore

GUERNSEY RUTS I trudge beside my few belongings, cast-iron pots, china, clothing, tucked in my wheeled home, straining oxen yoked as one. Wet, cold, hungry, determined as sedge grasses cut my cotton skirt and seeds fill damp, thin leather shoes, … Continue reading

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Butterfly Backpack by Jocelyn Moore

Emerging from its self-spun grave, a Lazarus called forth. It feels the breeze of warming air; adventure speaks, “Go north!” As wet wings dry their crinkled folds, preparing for first flight, And life moves in its tiny cells, it orients … Continue reading

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Two More Writers

Earlier, I detailed the abilities of some of the Writing Women of Zurich stellar writers (post: March 19, 2015). They are such a shy lot and getting them to raise their hands and allow public recognition of their talents is a lot like … Continue reading

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