Posts Tagged "Christine Miller"

Come to Love

Come to Love

A Love that simply is…. I am deeply engaged in the process of bringing together a new volume of poems called ‘Courage to Love’, to accompany my major work and research on Love in Organisations – the Love at Work project – and this seems like a good time to give you a sneak preview.   This poem is called ‘Come to Love’ and it’s a little alternative in its...

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And she brought me Snowdrops

And she brought me Snowdrops

And she brought me Snowdrops… Sharp strands slicing, Stinging swallows: Tiny throat cut, No mercy. Crisp cold whiteness Thin flat sheets Hard steel Metal, framed. Voice silenced; No sound emits. No signal – No response. The vast space Echoes briskly Attendants bustle No relief. Trickle of tears, Lonely tracks Tracing patterns, Still, alone. Plucked from home, Separated, Before three...

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Masques & Roles

Masques & Roles

By Popular Demand: Flourish Through Challenging Times Christine Miller’s Celebrated ‘Masques & Roles’ Workshop Are you Living Your Own Life? Or Following a Life You Inherited? In these troubled times, as much of what has traditionally been upheld as important starts to fall away, many of us are questioning ourselves about what is really important in life. There can be no...

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London Snow

London Snow

Inspired by the blanket of snow covering London today (and most of the UK and Europe), the silence was what impressed on me most as I opened the door to my garden early this morning, and enjoyed the cold, crisp air and the whiteness.  It is magical, transformed into a slightly eerie, subdued space. This poem  is what emerged. London Snow Silence is not glistening gold, Nor even densely...

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Vines

Vines

I wrote this piece in South Western France, in the Aquitaine region near Bordeaux, in the heart of wine country, where we had a holiday home which was a wonderful converted mill, surrounded by vines and open farmland, and where the panoramic views over the countryside were spectacular. La Belle France is always a source of great inspiration for me, and I love spending time there. From:...

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