Ann Dow

Rookie - 409 Points (january 24,1967 / westbrook, maine)

Ann Dow Poems

1. Measuring 10/28/2012
2. ...The 'Kelvin' Problem... 10/28/2012
3. In The Still 10/28/2012
4. The Journey 10/28/2012
5. Undone 11/5/2012
6. Dream 11/5/2012
7. When I Lay Me 11/5/2012
8. Heartsongs 10/17/2014
9. Meditation 10/17/2014
10. Query 10/17/2014
11. Blyss 10/17/2014
12. Intoxication 1/9/2015
13. Surrender 1/18/2015
14. Haven 1/18/2015
15. Universal Echoes 10/17/2014
16. Basket 1/18/2015
17. Vigil 1/18/2015
18. Identifying I Am 3/8/2016
19. Pour Vous, Tigre 3/28/2016
20. My Friends 3/28/2016
21. Gathering The Storm 7/7/2016
22. Day Dream 3/27/2017
23. Riding The Wave: Existential Pre Gaming The Psyche 8/21/2017
24. Perchance, To Dream 8/31/2017
25. Lux Et Umbra 1/31/2015
26. Whispers 6/23/2013
27. Gardening 1/18/2015
28. Foxes' Lament (In The Key Of D) 1/9/2015
29. Midsummer Night's Dream 1/18/2015
30. Threshold (Symphonic Movement - A Suite For The Soul And Compliment) 10/17/2014
31. Vagabond 1/18/2015

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Best Poem of Ann Dow


i chase myself…
restless amber thoughts dancing through the corridors of my mind…
the tattered memories, threadbare, worn …are able still
to exert a vise-like grip on my heart…
doors open wherever my gaze lands -
i find the remembering like a tapestry…
woven tightly with the hues of jewel-toned joys
enriched by the texture of rugged sorrows…
…it engulfs me…this fabric..both beautiful
… and suffocating….
and still, i seek the door
that will lead me out of myself…

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from my nose to the length of my arm
the old ways are often best...
(i sit in the dim light of evening and measure the lengthening of days...)
within the fabric of my existence, i am confined, ragged edges dipping low on the ground...
dragging in the damp full earth of fall...
(and the stains just blend into the greys and browns of time...)
once i thought to dissect a pattern from this bolt i hold and now... i've carefully folded it, back upon itself...laying it upon my knees

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