This Tuesday’s poem is Truths by Helen Heath.
Alicia Ponder who selected it says:
On the surface it is straighforward, but underneath it has an elegance and grace that is quite breathtaking. I could wax lyrical, but that is hardly necessary as the poem speaks for itself. It stands alone, a beautiful truth, as rare as any jewel,. . .
It is. I’ve read it six times since coming across it on Tuesday and each time I find something more in it.
Among the links to other Tuesday poets in the sidebar are:
if it be your will by Leonard Cohen at Type What You See.
Beyond Silence by Saradha Koirala at Lalialand.
What You Take With You by Mary Mcallum.
Rural Delivery by Vivienne Plumb at Winged Ink.
The Pensioner by Harvey McQueen.