NaPoWriMo Day #14: Birch Cathedral

(Author’s Note: The photographic image behind the words, titled Walk With Me, is the inspiration for the poem Birch Cathedral as part of Image and the Word, a photography-inspires-art exhibit produced by Mankato poets Derek Liebertz and Yvonne Cariveau in collaboration with The Southern MN Poetry Club and the Bend of the River Photography Club of Mankato, Minnesota. I regret that I do not have the name of the photographer of this picture so that I may give he or she the credit they are due).



About debbiewritesstuff

I am a wife and mom in Minnesota with more than enough things to think about! For the past two years I have served with AmeriCorps, last year I helped children from grades K-3 with their reading through Minnesota Reading Corps. This past school year I taught social and emotional skills to preschool children through the LEAP Initiative in Southern Minnesota. I've been working on my own writing endeavors for a little while now: a novel that I have put on the backburner and poetry. I have a Master's degree Counseling and Psychological Services. I love history, family stories, taking pictures, singing in the church choir, reading, tracing the family tree, and oh, yes writing. I also love 'likes' and comments on my blog and I am tickled when someone chooses to 'follow me.'
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2 Responses to NaPoWriMo Day #14: Birch Cathedral

  1. PookyH says:

    I really enjoyed both your words and the image – both are beautiful and they complement each other perfectly.


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