My Feathered Heart

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My Feathered Heart (original poem)

My review of The Feathered Heart by Mark Turcotte.

I once found a teeny-tiny downy woodpecker feather. At most, the feather measured one inch (2.54 cm) in length. My guess as to the year found would be 2010. I had since lost the treasure to find it again while packing up our house to move. Today’s date 3/11/2018.

The feather, seen above in the bookmark constructed, is grey/black with five incomplete white spots. The spots are not complete circles as the white color lies on the fringe. As such, it mimics my teetering heart, lying on the edge of an invisible border erected by thoughts. It is my feathered heart that led me to find Mark Turcotte and his book of poems, The Feathered Heart.His book will be returned to as often as needed. To remedy my soul with feeling words erected as fences. (I found a used copy, to be delivered just in time for my birthday, through Amazon 😁.)

My wayward feet travel searching for answers. The silences weave protection. The war i battle is not within but from outside the curtained window. I learn to dress in velvet’s hope.

5 thoughts on “My Feathered Heart

    1. πŸ˜‚ Ray!! its because my attention is like jumping hopscotch! This review is a case in point… I randomly found that missing feather while packing my life in boxes and one thing led to another. Then wallah!! This post!! Now back to cleaning and packing. Two weeks out before selling our beloved house.

      I believe you can read all the poems online if your interested. I included the link. The poems are short and quite stirring. ✌🏼J

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