Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘poet gerda govine’


Summer Shorts

Summer Shorts
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Elixir Sipped cup of words strong brew milked mind sweetened tongue.     To be Turn up quiet shut down noise inside out outside in begin.     Wonder Full Smile stretch forget frown witness baby’s first step       Ponder Not knowing hopeful Know it all hopeless.       Distracted Look over […]

Via de Guadalupe/South of the Border

Via de Guadalupe/South of the Border

He appeared inside a blink   walked out of the vineyard sun at his back   elbowed a space in my eyes   curiosity took hold   breeze whistled softly silence expectant his outfit beige linen suit   white shirt no collar white mexican cowboy hat   band that matched caramel suede vest   brown leather satchel tilted shoulder feet in leather […]

Mothers Who Carry Their Own Water

Mothers Who Carry Their Own Water

When there is no well       land is parched mouth dusty       skin cracked bloody fingers plant       nourish thorn less roses that blush beauty lean into wind of change       find warmth in cold places refuse to stay stuck       lay down in assigned […]

Mountain Glory

Mountain Glory

Light red look north picture perfect day mountains a touch away command a second look rocks fused by earth’s dance cracked sharp ridges finger smooth surfaces shadowy images play hide and seek peaks startle sky take it in light green drive along smile beauty hitch ride.   Copyright © Gerda Govine Ituarte Gerda will be […]

Thick & Thin by Luis Ituarte

Thick & Thin by Luis Ituarte

Officially, the exhibit of Luis Ituarte‘s new works is called “Alambriques y Alambrones.” For those of us not that advanced in Spanish, this is translated as “Thin and Thick Wires.” Luis Ituarte was born in Tijuana in 1942. After attending law school and art school, he was “involved in the 1968 student movement (Tlaltelolco), which […]

Govine: Words that Anchor

Govine: Words that Anchor

The human body. Roughly 96 percent of the mass of the human body is made up of oxygen, carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen[1], but attributes like the capacity to imagine[2], allows people the freedom from a single, lone path… Not only is Gerda Govine Ituarte a Doctor of Education, she has a B.S. and M.A. in […]

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