If i could bleed away care
and restore a womb to garden,
there would be no need
to conceive with pen and mind;
for i would be a lustrous channel,
golden chalice of unpoured waters,
kitchen beaming, a morsel waiting
for a nebulous wanderer
to settle in and call home.
Monika Lee is the mother of two daughters, Anna (11) and Natasha (8). They live, cuddle, and read with Monika and her husband in Lobo, Ontario. Monika’s book of poetry, slender threads, was published jointly by EBIP (HMS Press) and the Canadian Poetry Association in 2004. Her poems have also appeared in many literary journals.
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