“Voices” by Jane Dougherty

Environment Mystery Poetry


What do they hear in the storm

the birds in the swaying trees?

What tongue speaks to them from the clouds,

who watches, predator-patient in the light-flicker?

And what metaphor suggests itself to souls

that have never known a faulty fuse?

We watch the lashing boughsbending and trembling, wind-whipped, […]

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Source: Voices
Source: Jane Dougherty

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thicker than water

A small collection of poems with water running through them,water and what’s thicker than water, blood that binds and divides, sap that rises, clouds,despair and, sometimes, love.

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