There is something about the last four lines of this poem that grabbed hold of me and just wouldn't let go. I'd love to hear what you think of "A Vision of Rest" as a poem for troubled times. This poem is in the public domain, accessed on January 21, 2018 at https://www.poets.org/poetsorg/poem/vision-rest-0.
I just love the movement of this poem from simple whimsy to something much deeper.
Susan J. Erickson admits to “multiple personality syndrome” having assumed the persona of a host of women while completing the poems in Lauren Bacall Shares A Limousine. The collection, poems in women’s voices, won the Brick Road Poetry Prize. Poems from the book appear in Crab Creek Review, Literal Latte, The Fourth River, Verse Daily and The Tishman Review. Visit her website at susanjerickson.com where there is a link to view the trailer for the book. Susan is also a collage artist and created a series of cards with postage stamp images of the women in her book and gifted a card with each purchase of her book at readings. Examples of the collage cards appear on her website. She lives in Bellingham where she helped to establish the Sue C. Boynton Poetry Walk and Contest…
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